Dec 3 Posted 3 years ago
I agree with the volume overload.
Although I'm engaged in social media management, I'd get tired of seeing the posts being on the other end.
Quality over quantity is the general rule of thumb for just about everything in life, certainly social media is no different.
With that said, I believe it's commonly accepted that social media posts will be scheduled. Sure, don't have ALL your posts be scheduled, but some or most of them, I believe is acceptable, given that you're actually engaging with your fans and followers consistently.
Great article Pratik.
Nov 27 Posted 3 years ago
All today's world social media platform - Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, etc have two things in common - too crowded and not specific to one theme. It makes users feel headache (I am one of them). It makes companies so hard to stand out and market to the right people.
Especially on Facebook, people have few thousands friends, Like Fan Pages that they don't even know what they like. It is TOO MUCH. In order to solve the problem, we don't need another GENERAL social media platform, but we need social media platform that has theme. For example. BNI (Business Networking International) has its own social media platform. Non-members cannot join. It is highly targeted social media platform which members do get value from there.
We need more social media platforms like BNI but not general one.
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