8 social-media sins that will get your company unfriended and unfollowed

It’s possible I repost too much but I’m trying to be helpful. Good advice to all of us though!


This post is in partnership with Entrepreneur. The article below was originally published at Entrepreneur.com.

By Lisa Evans, Entrepreneur.com

According to a recent social-media engagement study, Americans now spend more time on social media than any other Internet activity, including email. Social media isn’t going anywhere and businesses, small and large, are now recognizing their online presence is an essential part of their marketing strategy. Eight out of 10 small to medium-sized businesses now use social media to drive growth for their business, and three out of five say they’ve gained new customers through social media marketing.

There’s no denying social media is an excellent tool to interact with customers and clients, but simply posting something on social media for the sake of being active online isn’t enough. If you aren’t careful, your constant retweets and oversharing can quickly get you an “unfollow.”

These 8 habits are sure…

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