There is certainly no shortage of social networks that you and your company can engage in. Even sticking to the most obvious networks (Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and Pinterest) can be too much to keep up with. But for some reason, we feel like we at least have to try.
The truth is, unless you have full-time staff dedicated to nothing but social media engagement, you’re going to have a hard time keeping up with even a handful of social platforms. That means, you’re going to have to choose which social platforms are worth your time, energy and efforts.
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