Breaking Down the Biggest Social Media Myths of 2018: The Social Sip S2 E4
The one thing we know for sure about social media is that it is constantly changing. Changes are not only happening within features of all the platforms but our behaviors as consumers are adapting too. With changes in consumer behavior, we have to pay attention to what that means for us as business owners and marketers.
On this episode of The Social Sip I discuss some of the biggest social media myths that we’re hanging onto. Many of these myths revolve around how things used to be but no longer apply.
Watch episode 4 for an entertaining discussion.
The Social Sip Episode 4
Here’s what you can look forward to in the episode…
6:00 – My opinion on being active on multiple social media platforms
6:50 – How to balance selling with other content on social media
8:30 – How often should you be selling on social media
9:30 – Our approach to posting content on Facebook
9:50 – A hack for getting content ideas to share on Facebook and Twitter right in your inbox every day
10:00 – The #1 tool I rely on for scheduling my Instagram posts
10:30 – How I’m able to maintain activity in my Facebook groups even when I’m busy
11:30 – My opinion on which kinds of businesses do best on Instagram
12:20 – How you can still use Instagram even if you don’t have a visually beautiful business like a plumber
15:20 – My opinion on how much of your personal life you need to be sharing on social media
18:00 – My Live Instagram Strategy Party
21:40 – My advice for people who are paralyzed by trying to “do” video on social media
27:00 – My picks of the week for the current podcast, book, and thing I got in the mail
Tools, Resources, Events, and Other Cool Shit I Shared
My YouTube video about photoshoots – 15 Background Ideas For Your Next Instagram Photoshoot
Podcast – Social Media Deconstructed
Book – Man Up by Bedros Keuilian
The thing I got in the mail – Kodiak cakes protein pancake mix (how I get protein early in the day)
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