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Jan 11 Posted 3 years ago
It all depends on how we plan to strike a balance between both our time on social media and work. Saving all that which we come across in our day and later using it for blogging,tweeting over the weekends is a splendid way. Very concise and neat post.
Jan 9 Posted 3 years ago
I agree Spillage, I have outsourced my social media to the Social-IST, they were able to create campaigns and contests to help create stir. Also was a great Customer Service portal for customers.
Would defintaly recommend outsourcing when your output is depending on your time:)
Jan 7 Posted 3 years ago
You can also outsource your social media to a freelancer. I do the social media for a museum-one day a week in person and about 3-4 hours during the week at home. I'd love to take on more work.