Social Media Getting a Little Messy? Time to Get it Spick and Span
There comes a time, for most people anyway, when they decide to be organized. For some, it hit sometime in middle school, when you decided you were tired of living in a sty and wanted a nice, clean room. For others, it took until you were in a college dorm room—with such little space, you had to get tidy or sleep on your dirty laundry. And for some die hard little piggies it took getting a professional career, one in which having a messy office space negatively affected your work.
Although it’s up in cyberspace, your social media should be kept just as shipshape as your desk. And, like any good organizational freak would tell you, knowing where to put things (or in this case, where to post things) is key. Everything you post should have a place—and you should have a system worked out for what posts go where.
Check out the article below to learn Chris Brogan’s system for deciding what to put where.
Where Should You Put Your Content? [Chris Brogan]