Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone on social media these days knows it’s increasingly a divisive landscape.
Social media is ubiquitous. It’s part of our lives and it’s changing how brands and individuals present themselves and do business online.
Although I would largely argue that much of what I’m going to share in this piece is predominantly based on common sense, I think it’s important to remind oneself how you can maximize your changes of success.
THE NEXT WEB
As working from home becomes the new normal for many businesses—at least temporarily, posting content to social media is an important way for brands to stay connected with thier audience. To create engaging social media content during social distancing, your smartphone will continue to be one of your greatest tools.