Rocking SOcial Media: Work Smarter, Not Harder

Rocking SOcial Media: Work Smarter, Not Harder.

Check out this blog post which talks about mastering social media in as little as 30 minutes per day.  The most important part of this infographic is where it talks about strategy.  Not only is a marketing strategy and content strategy important, but also a time management strategy.  Marketers need to have a clear vision of their overall plan and also how they are going to execute it.  For the social media component, many companies are hiring whole social media teams but what if you are a small business?  Does social media seem overwhelming?  I think this infographic provides some nice tips on how to maximize your time and social presence.  It covers the highlights from the big social media sites: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, and more.  This is crucial as more consumers want to engage digitally with businesses and a lack of presence can actually turn consumers off to the brand or business.

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What are your thoughts on the ideas on how to maximize your time on social media?


2 thoughts on “Rocking SOcial Media: Work Smarter, Not Harder

  1. I think infographics like this are very helpful to bring into perspective the time necessary to “master” social media. Many people are overwhelmed by too many options, and there’s no shortage of options in social media! I spoke to my mentor this evening and he said he looks at Twitter like a cigarette break. In a few minutes a day, he can glance at tweets and save things he wishes to read later in more depth. I think this is a great approach, to set aside a few minutes a day to check out the updates.

  2. Pingback: Who has time for social media? Part deux | ConverseConnect

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