How to Make the Most of Your Day on Social Media

Although your friends might think you spend your day liking things on Facebook and crafting the latest Game of Thrones meme, we know there’s a lot more to your day. In fact, staying on top of content and social media management can be tricky. It’s easy to get sucked in, resurfacing only after reading hundreds of headlines, tens of articles, and watching a few unrelated videos to find that hours of your day have disappeared.

So how can you avoid this?

Develop a plan and lay it out in a strict (ish) daily schedule. Your schedule should contain dedicated start and finish times for each of the three main components in your social media process: sourcing content, publishing content, and starting conversations with others.

Written by Kimbe MacMaster.  To read the full article, click here.


About MyDigiBrand™

At MyDigiBrand™, we're passionate about what we do. Our team has been in the technology industry for ages, and are proud to play a small role in helping people capitalize on the Internet to establish their brands and generate revenues. Like most small businesses, we've gone through the trial processes of trying to find what works to create and maintain a powerful social media presence. We know it's not easy, that it takes a lot of work and a whole helluva lot of consistency. Most small businesses just don't have the time to do it, nor the resources to have someone on staff dedicated to managing their social presence.​ So let MYDIGIBRAND handle it for you. We've been there. We understand. And we can definitely help!
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