Social Media Currency: Why some are basing self-worth off likes and comments
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What are some good social media habits?
Answer Be active. There are about 37 million Facebook posts a day and 250,000 tweets a minute. So people are out there. I know it can take a lot of time for some small businesses owners, but you just need to be a part of it. Don’t be afraid to spend a little bit of money to pay for some posts or pay for boosting on social media. It doesn’t cost a lot and it gets you a lot further.
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Having a strong social media team is important especially now that social media as well as online reputation are what people have to judge a company in today's world. Most social media teams are outsourced out as having a few people in house doesn't make sense as far as cost goes and they do not have to worry about quality of work as this is what they specialize in. Hiring strong social media talent can be quite difficult to do effectively and within…
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