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New to Social Media? Follow These Health and Beauty Experts for a Guide on Engagement
Posted on March 25th 2014
Whether you are using social media for personal reasons or jumping into it the first time for your business, knowing what is effective and what's not can be difficult. One incrediby valuable source for learning the type of content you should be creating is other social media users who have garnered enough followers to be considered a go-to expert in the topic they cover. To get you started, here are some top health and beauty experts that know how to create great content.
What better way to get health advice than from a New York Times bestselling author? Kathy Freston has penned numerous books about losing weight and living a healthy lifestyle. She has also appeared on various television shows including Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and The Dr. Oz Show. But you don’t have to wait for a TV appearance to get her advice; she also has a website along with Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.
If you’re looking for creative ways to eat healthy, My Nguyen has plenty of options for you to consider. The woman behind a popular website, Nguyen also keeps up a strong appearance on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Many people are drawn to Nguyen’s accounts by a steady offering of fast, healthy meals that she shows how to prepare through articles and YouTube videos.
For anyone looking for a healthy lifestyle maintained with an exercise regimen, fitness consultant Ashley Borden is definitely someone to follow. Borden’s main focus is in exercises you can do that will not only help you lose weight but get physically fit as well. Borden posts daily tips and exercise techniques while also providing motivation for those striving to treat their body right.
If you’re intent on looking like a movie star, social media also has its fair share of beauty experts ready to help out. And what better way to look like a celebrity than to get advice from an actual famous actress? Lauren Conrad formerly starred on “The Hills,” but she has since transitioned into a fashion expert. Conrad has teamed up with a hairstylist and makeup artist to launch a Twitter account called The Beauty Department. Their tweets provide tutorials and tips that will help you look like a million bucks.
Another person to look to for beauty tips and answers would be Emily Weiss, who runs her own blog called Into the Gloss while also helping others out on Instagram and Twitter. Weiss is known for having the inside story on what all sorts of celebrities are doing to look great while walking the red carpet. She provides tips directly from actresses and fashion designers, as well as information on the products they use.
Companies are also using social media as a way to reach consumers and help them with beauty and health tips. Personal care company Nu Skin connects with people using Facebook, YouTube videos, Twitter and Pinterest. These outlets give insight on the latest in personal care products while also providing healthy lifestyle advice. They even show many examples of people who have put these tips to use and their impressive results.
Whatever you’re aiming for, there are plenty of resources all over social media you can take advantage of so you look and feel great.