This is a closer look at how each image appeared with the copy that I had written. I wrote all of the social one month in advance and scheduled it in eClincher. I am savvy with almost all of the social scheduling tools. I also use Later for my own personal posts. I'm familiar with Sprout Social, Hootsuite, and almost all the rest. Being a software geek, I feel like they're all basically the same and can be learned quickly.
The reason why I have screenshots of social is because companies change all the time. I've worked at companies like ABC50, an ABC affiliate in Upstate, New York, that completely changed their website and everything that was created for social. Unfortunately, I was not able to recover any of my work as a former news producer using Wayback Machine from ABC50. So, I've learned to take screenshots of what I create, whether it be blogs, website copy, or social. You never know when content you worked so hard to create, will be taken down.
When I started, they had no active social. Their accounts were virtually dead. When I left, they had 6k followers. These posts were also posted on FB, Pinterest, and Twitter. For each post, I utilized different social image sizes to meet each platform requirement (example: square - FB & IG, vertical for Pinterest, horizontal for Pinterest.)