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Social Media Posting Frequency? Helpful infographic via Constant Contact

Social Media Posting Frequency? Helpful infographic via Constant Contact | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it
When I’m hosting Constant Contact’s social media webinars, I get a lot of questions from small businesses and nonprofits on social media best practices. On
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Hate Social Media Marketing Rules, but...
We hate rules when applied to social media. What works for one may not for another, but this Constant Contact Social Media posting frequency infographic gets an important concept right - match your STYLE of posting to the network not the other way around.

The "high volume, low value" idea is one of the best ways to think of social nets we've seen. The concept is easy to grasp = any network you publish on frequently such as Pinterest and Twitter is LOW VALUE and vice versa.

Like the author of the post and infographic we get many of these same questions, but we've never had such a handy graphic to explain why matching your hatch TO the social net makes the most sense.  

If you've been flooding Facebook have you done irreparable harm? No, just chill and understand how to share what, when, and where.  

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Fear Of Missing Out (FoMo) Addicts Try To Turn Off Social Media

Fear Of Missing Out (FoMo) Addicts Try To Turn Off Social Media | Collaborative Revolution | Scoop.it

FoMo Addiction
Since Social Media works on many of the same brain centers as gambling it is not surprising that it would become addictive. There is something new virtually all the time on social media so the PING to the brain's pleasure centers is guaranteed and sustained. 

This post is about tools to help recover a meaninful offline life, a trend that will pick up momentum as FoMo addicts try to recover a life.  

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