Why You Should Avoid Update Overload - And How To Do It

Why You Should Avoid Update Overload - And How To Do It Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Social Media
From http://www.noobpreneur.com 1965 days ago
Made Hot by: FutureVision on February 5, 2013 7:32 pm
Many entrepreneurs don't realise that it is actually possible to have too much of a social media presence. It's a common mistake, and it's avoidable. How?





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Written by juliusshawn
1964 days ago

I limit my post and comments at least once a day and don't just post all about your products or services. I post personal stuff that lets me connect to my audience.



Written by tiroberts
1964 days ago

Great piece, James. I totally agree, update overload is the #1 reason why I unfriend or unfollow someone. In my social media efforts, I try to keep a healthy balance. In fact, 95% of the posts that I share on social media AREN'T my own content.

I've learned that variety and freely sharing others content is the name of the game. I don't have to be the only voice my followers hear. I'm happy to give others the spot light. Thanks again for writing this piece. Glad to have found it on bizsugar.

Ti



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