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Twitter and Facebook are Big and if you really don’t know what you are doing on them you could have some problems. Minor and Major.
I am really enjoying Twitter because of all the information, but emails have really increased.
I deactivated Facebook because of all the unwanted solicitation. To be frank, I didn’t have any idea what I was doing at first and just jumped in.
Research How To and How Not To before you set up an account. This applies to almost everything in life. I remember back in sixth grade my six buddies and I checked out PlayBoy magazine in the woods so we would know what we were getting into whenever we got our first kiss.
Anyway, below you will find two links to help you with Twitter and Facebook:
Look at the Trackbacks at the bottom of the second link if you want a lot more information.
Do some more research and become an authority in Social Media among your friends and acquaintances.
- When to Post that Great Article on Social Media (theopedproject.wordpress.com)
- Pinterest Lead Generation 101: Best Practices and Hacks That’ll Make You a Pro (rehavapress.com)
- The 7 biggest counterintuitive social media mistakes you may be making (thenextweb.com)
- A Scientific Guide to Posting Tweets, Facebook Posts, Emails and Blog Posts at the Best Time (women2.com)