Don’t trust an amateur with a professional’s job

1 May

Would you trust your cousin’s roomate’s bestfriend’s brother in-law’s, uncle to remodel your kitchen or work on your car? If the answer is NO, then why trust your employees to run your social media, blogging and email marketing campaigns?

Though having your employees take care of your Social Media efforts might make sense. But all that will mean is you’re adding to their plate, take focus away from what they were hired to do and truthfully, some just don’t understand how all that works. They think a simple tweet or status update is enough. Nope, you will need a game plan, a schedule and even promotions to flow through your social media effort.

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