This poll analysis was written by Jeremy Victor, president of Make Good Media and editor-in-chief of B2Bbloggers.com.
Let’s face it though, while what I said above is true, social media (at work) can be distracting, very distracting (if you let it). It has an overwhelming ability to cause inefficiency in productivity — leading to missed deadlines, forgotten tasks and even worse, forgotten promises. It is certainly one of the main reasons 31% of companies still ban Facebook and Twitter at work.
However, at the same time, each day we are learning and experiencing tremendous benefits from getting engaged in social media activities and becoming a social business. So what is a person to do? Here are some tips to keep your time spent on social media in check.