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#1
I recently was going through some of our social media platforms and relised how much we have been neglecting a few of them eg twitter, Google been on facebook way to much hahah

Are you socially active and promoting your company well across platforms also great opetunity to find new people to follow on twitter so drop us your username and we will follow :)
 

ARRIVALS

Well-Known Member
#2
I created accounts on all of these social media platforms, but now don't really find the time to use them. Work placement anyone?
 
#3
Yeah, I have the accounts and add things every now and then but often struggle to find the time.

I always find I go through spells where I update them a lot and then spells where I don't at all which I'm fairly certain is far from ideal!
 

Tony Hardy

Well-Known Member
#6
I registered for all of them, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Behance, LinkedIn, Pinterest, everything. The full shabang.

I don't like Behance that much, it seems a faff to add everything too when you already have your own website, it'd be useful for instant access to a communicate I guess, but I got rid of it.

I use Twitter daily, Google+ and Facebook I use when sharing new blog posts.

The most useful I've found so far is Pinterst. Traffic coming in by pinning interesting new things. Also, I use it in tandem with my clients to share visual ideas and research and it also helps them get involved in the process. So, I highly rate Pinterest.
 

amac

New Member
#8
I recently was going through some of our social media platforms and relised how much we have been neglecting a few of them eg twitter, Google been on facebook way to much hahah

Are you socially active and promoting your company well across platforms also great opetunity to find new people to follow on twitter so drop us your username and we will follow :)
I think you to be yourself, be real. It's pretty impossible unless you hire folks to do everything yourself, I'd advise focusing on the areas where your customers spend your time.