1. You don’t update regularly.
2. You aren’t gaining followers.
3. You broadcast, rather than engage.
4. You use your social profiles like ad streams.
5. You autopost updates across all your social profiles.
6. You haven’t established social brand guidelines.
7. You use a “post-by-post” strategy.
8. You ignore (or delete) negative social mentions.
9. You don’t respond to customer posts quickly.
10. You aren’t tracking return on investment.
Read more: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/231912
The comments always have me in absolute hysterics. 🙂
Check out this cool new feature that allows you to Embed Facebook Posts on Your WordPress.com Site.
I can’t wait for this feature to work it’s way into the core of WP.org
But what I’d really like to do as a WP dev is setup a feed to pull from any social site and auto create a post on my WP blog.
For example: I post a photo to Facebook and have to repost that same photo on my WP blog.
In this scenario I can now do it with a simple URL, but I’d rather my WP blog be smart enough to autopost it to save time.
Also note, I don’t want to just post my Facebook content – I want to take the photo I posted to Facebook and upload it to my WP blog, so the file is hosted on my WP site. This accomplishes taking back ownership of my content. I may be sharing it with Facebook, but I still have it hosted locally as well – making it easier to migrate to another social media site if I should ever choose to do so at a later date.