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Planning ahead makes social media management so much easier. A simple way to keep you on track is to develop a content and curation calendar for your
Takeaway: Planning ahead makes social media management so much easier. A simple way to keep you on track is to develop a content and curation calendar for your social posts.
From the original article by Nicole Bremer Nash on TechRepublic:
"Debate abounds over how much time a social media manager should spend each day on social networks and content.
The issue isn’t so much a matter of drive as it is that the Internet is one big rabbit hole of information.
Even if you stay focused on things related to work, you can find yourself losing valuable time in the course of managing your online content."
If you use content curation as a content marketing strategy, learning how to work with a editorial calendar is certainly useful. In tis way you rely less on the spur and impulse of the moment and more of what is really needed by your audience, while seeing clearly the forest from the trees.
Full article: http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/social-media-in-the-enterprise/create-a-social-media-content-posting-and-curation-calendar/503