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Top 10 mistakes businesses makes on social media

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We have all heard how important it is to be present on social media. If you are not using social media to market your business – there has never been a better time to get started! Once you start to investigate the various social platforms, you will find that it is far more complex then it seems. There are certain social etiquette and unwritten rules to follow. Getting started without knowing where to begin can be overwhelming, and building a network of followers needs to be planned accordingly and takes hard work and savvy planning. But don’t despair! Here are some of our tips to help get you started.

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Pixel by Pixel guide to social media

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We have all heard how important it is to be present on social media. If you are not using social media to market your business – there has never been a better time to get started! Once you start to investigate the various social platforms, you will find that it is far more complex then it seems. There are certain social etiquette and unwritten rules to follow. Getting started without knowing where to begin can be overwhelming, and building a network of followers needs to be planned accordingly and takes hard work and savvy planning. But don’t despair! Here are some of our tips to help get you started.

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Facebook at work

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Social media giant Facebook has silently been testing a new version of their platform since January 2015. Facebook at Work will be the enterprise version of the normal Facebook, with a similar interface and tools and tweaked privacy and profile settings to suit work related roles, allowing employees to create chat rooms and share documents, keeping your regular profile to be strictly about friends and family, ensuring those embarrassing drunk pictures away from your bosses feed and avoiding staff playing games during work-hours. “Even if the employee chooses to link the two accounts, there is no crossover,” Lars Rasmussen, the person in charge of the project at Facebook told TechCrunch in an interview, adding: “The content stays entirely within your personal or work Facebook.”

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