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You mentioned the most general ways in an infografic which is nice. Infographic gets more attention than an article writing does. Infographic adds the interest and visualisation. Most of the points are already covereed by many, this article would be useful for the naives. Thanks for sharing.
It's always important to update the content in Social Media Channels at the right moment and one should not hesitate when the platforms themselves are giving us the option to schedule the posts for free so that we reveal our posts at the best time. I would say there is no need to think about it twice, just go for it. Scheduling post is the best advantage that we have in our side to increase the chances of getting users' attention to the posts. There is no need to now sit and wait for the right time to arrive. The mentioned 4 steps sounds good and I hope people are familiar with them.
A short and clear guide for posting on Social Media channels. I know, all of the experienced Social Media analysts are keeping a track on their posting with a specific intervels. They can skip reading this article since they know how and when to engage with their fans with posts. But indeed, this article will surely help the people those who are not familier and trying to take the first step on Social Media world. I totally agree with your concept of keeping different ways to post on different channels. Thanks for sharing this article with us.
I personally don't like to compare Google+ with Facebook and Twitter. Because almost all the people would choose Facebook and Twitter as their first tool when it comes to business and branding. But I agree that, Google+ has some extra ordinary features like Hangouts on Air and Circles which makes it unique and Google is always looking up to add new features to it which makes it more exciting. Many have actually switched from Facebook to Google+ and visit Google+ regularly, but still Google+ has a long way to go!
The articles is good but the mentioned points are already being followed by the brands. It would have been nice to see some new strategies to increase the visibility of blog posts. Also, I disagree with the point "The more times you mention your new blog post, the more likely people will see the link" as users might unfollow the brand if they find lot of updates from one particular brand.