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There are lots and lots of posts online that will tell you that you really don’t need to spend more than a few minutes a day or week handling your social media. That’s not true. Not if you’re going to do a good job anyway.

If you really don’t want to spend more than a few minutes online, I cannot stress enough that you should hire a professional to do it for you.  Yes, social media has become that important to all businesses – but even more so if you are in a sales industry. Reaching out to potential clients a few times a day is a good way to build relationships.

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When someone sees several posts in a row from the same account, they tend to feel overwhelmed and a common response is to unfollow that account. Even if you have good information in those posts, it’s unlikely they’ll be read. To the person seeing your series of hit and run posts, it feels like you don’t really care about reaching anyone, and doesn’t promote a desire to connect.

A better option is to create thoughtful posts, and use a program that can schedule your posts over the course of the day. My suggestion would be to use something like Hootsuite or Buffer.

Do you use a scheduler for your social media? Would you like to learn more about how to schedule your posts? Let me know!

 

 

 

 

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