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2022 Social Media Trend Predictions with FOX13 Salt Lake City



New year, new social media trends! 📱


If you’re looking to stay ahead of the game this new year, earlier this week I shared some of my top social media trend predictions on FOX13 Salt Lake City to help you start the year right. Check them out below! ⬇️


🔊 *@thenewyou has entered the audio chat* One of the top five questions I got asked in 2021 was: “Are you on Clubhouse?!?” The chat room revolution is back, and it’s not AIM this time. Audio chat rooms are on the rise - and to no surprise, Facebook is launching their own platform (with a pretty straightforward name): “Live Audio Rooms.” This hands-free, real-time medium is the perfect way to reach a new audience or grow your existing audience, and engage them in a more personal way as on-camera fatigue sets in.


👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Reach new audiences, and step into the spotlight! It's no fun making friends with your mask on. If you’ve been private on social media all these years, it might be time to make your public debut. Turn the public setting on, refresh that bio to tell the world exactly who you are, and start sharing your brilliance with new friends!

🍿 You’re a snack, and your content should be too. In the age of social media, it's not hard to go into content overload. There is so much out there to consume that one of the best ways to differentiate your content is to keep it short and sweet! People are more likely to stop the scroll for a fun, quick, entertaining IG Reel or TikTok. Short posts = less stress for you + more love from your audience.

Watch my full guest spot on FOX13 Salt Lake City here, and check out more social media tips and tricks for 2022 on my Instagram!



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