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Understand your social media and manage it with these convenient tools

Who says, social media is a time sink? If properly managed, it can act like an ultimate source of productivity as well as successful user base. People often ask me if there is a shortcut of managing social profiles for awesome follow-ship and great performance of their brand. I am sad to say NO! There is never a shortcut to success pertaining for a long time. But, there are ways, your effort become more productive than traditional ones. I suggest to those anxious, to use, the convenient tools for management of their social profiles and branding pages after understanding them properly.  Image Credit: www.toprankblog.com Every person has varying needs. Keeping it in my mind, I have tried to compile a list of social media management tools you can use to gain suitable results. Each one is simple to use and always inspire you or your employees to increasing your value in no time. Mind you, they are not shortcuts, but, oriented dose to your humble efforts. Who will not want to grab a motivating and productive tool? Buffer If you love scheduling, then Buffer is the tool you need. It is robust in performance to those who require scheduling of their...
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7 Tips For Social Media Etiquette in Your Cubicle

Mark Zuckerberg is no Emily Post. Click the "Help" link at the bottom of a Facebook page and there's nothing about etiquette. Yet many, if not all of us touch bases with various social media at work. Some professionals are in their office cubicles posting on Facebook all day long. Others will occasionally post something on Linkedin. There must be some good baseline etiquette tips regarding the use of social media in the modern office environment. There are. In fact, there are 7, and here they are: 1. Don't Get Yourself FiredIt seems like a no-brainer, and if the boss of your office has circulated a memo discouraging Facebook browsing and tweeting during company time, stick to the rules. However, there is a more subtle side of this issue. Very often the person we are while we're in our office cubicle is different from the person we are when we're away from work. Not long ago, those two personalities could be kept separate more easily. As an extreme example, a woman was fired not long ago when her boss found out that she had an overtly sexual persona in the social media world. This image was contrary to the mission of...
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