8 Real Disasters that Stress the Importance of Social Media as PR

The morning routine for the average working individual had seen a transformation in the last decade.

No longer does the newspaper accompany all of our cups of coffee.

These days, you get most of your news, latest headlines, and trending information from social media. In today’s digital age, Americans spend an average of 16 minutes out of every hour on social media, according to a study by Experian Marketing Services.

Did you know that more than 190 million tweets are posted every day?

With all those tweets and the amount of time people are spending on social media it’s likely that someone will catch your social media mistake; whether it’s creating a hashtag that has the potential to backfire, the hijacking of a hashtag to promote your product, accidentally tweeting to your company page or making social unsocial. There’s the potential that someone will see it and call you out on it.

Written by Carolyn Edgecomb.  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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1 Response to 8 Real Disasters that Stress the Importance of Social Media as PR

  1. Pingback: Leadership under attack on social media – but it’s not all bad news | Rostra Consulting

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