I don’t know if this is really news or not, as I’ve known this for a long time. More reasons why my teens have had very limited use on Facebook.
Straight-up: Teens are not safe on Facebook.
Check out these stats and you’ll see why, and you’ll also find why many employers block Facebook altogether.
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One of the greatest advantages to hiring a social media professional is that they may already know a lot of the social media industry’s biggest influencers. That means a shorter lead-time to get some real buzz going on for your business.
Beyond this, they know how to identify the main influencers in your industry. This is essential to do whether you hire a social media professional or not.
The job of the social media professional is to identify who your audience is in terms of wants, needs, and demographics and find an influencer(s) who can get your word out faster to a larger audience.
That will, in turn, create buzz, traffic to your social sites, and conversations. The job of the social media professional is also to ensure that you’re prepared for high responses by setting up workflow with your team.
[This post is part of our special Freelancing Friday!]
I’ve had my suspicions about the number of freelancers in the ChurchMag community.
There is such a high demand for good creatives, coders and IT types–especially in the religious and non-profit sectors–that many have not only made some extra bucks on the weekends, but have actually been able to leave the 9-5 lifestyle for full-time freelancing.
This week’s Facebook Friday poll, ChurchMag wants to know:
I love the idea of several Christian-oriented nerds discussing in a very informal setting tech of some sort that may be beneficial for churches, bloggers, missionaries, and any other kind of ministry out there.
Our next hangout will be April 6 at 10AM EST.