Think you’re pretty great at Twitter? A pro at Facebook? Fact is, your social media strategy could use an upgrade.
The White House does it, the world’s biggest media outlets do it, and your business looks out-of-date without it: Social media. And it’s widely beloved for providing some of the best word-of-mouth style marketing just a bit of money can buy.
But even if you have a lively Twitter account, a conversational Facebook page, and plenty of followers on Google Plus, that doesn’t mean that you’re doing things expertly. So, to give you an update, we turned to some of the world’s top social-media professionals. They work at Twitter, Yelp, Google, and the White House. Here are their top social media mistakes to avoid:
1. Trying to be everywhere all at once.
You know the saying about how it’s better to do a few things well than a lot of things poorly? Jack of all trades, master of none? The same point rings true for social media.
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