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It is a good thing to think about! ... It helps to create a strategic/end goal mindset as opposed to a content hose mindset. Thanks for your comment, Justin!
Thanks, Stephanie - glad you derived value from it!
this is exciting to hear about your re-brand! What steps did you take to let your community know that you were changing it up?
One of my friends just went through a similar process of re-branding her social communities when her business decided to switch from B2C to B2B. She shared her story here: http://www.myfides.co/blog/a-social-media-rebrand-how-to-successfully-switch-gears-and-restart-your-social-community/
In your re-brand, did you have to rebuild your social communities or was your rebrand similar enough that you could keep the same communities? Seems like a large project to take on!
Thanks for your comment, Jim. I certainly agree with you, but also think that the definition "social" is often mis-tied to extroverts. Introverts are not, by definition, anti-social; they just value and interact in social situations differently!
self-made content is important, for sure. I find that can be a deep discussion (and a much more complex schedule) so left it out of this article - but I might just do a follow up on that!
I'm with you on the Facebook Page Manager ... it lacks a few key features.
Thanks for commenting.
Great, Michael. If you give it a try, let me know how it works out!