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I actually wrote a blog about why social media is actually like 'Field of Dreams' but it's not for the reason that most people think. The concept behind the movie is often misunderstood. Here's the link to the blog if you are interested http://www.cuesocialmedia.co.nz/blog/2011/8/8/social-media-field-of-dreams.html. Let me know what you think.
I think this is a great idea. Have you thought about producing a graphic / image of some kind that those of us who support this idea can publish through our social networks?
Really great post, lots of very handy information. I agree wholeheartedly about profiles too!
With regard to the frequency of posts this really is dependent on the brand and the network rather than a minimum per day basis, I make my recommendations to each client individually taking into consideration their business model and industry.
Additionally, whilst I post on most platforms on a daily basis if I miss a day I would expect that I have built up enough credibility with the people who choose to follow me that I am actually allowed a 'day off' without them running off in horror of the absence of a post. I believe the people that support my brand aren't that fickle.