5 Quick Hits for Using Social Media
Major League Baseball hits a home run when it comes to social media strategy. But you don’t have to be a multi-billion dollar enterprise to get noticed and stay relevant.
With a few small tweaks, a little time blocked on your calendar and some thought and strategy, you’ll be hitting social home runs with the big leagues. That doesn’t mean you need to be on all the platforms; it just means that you need to find which platforms your people are on, know what’s going to stop their scroll and then give them the content they want.
On today’s episode of the Confident Communications podcast, I’m sharing five hits for how to use social media for your business or your personal brand. And you’ll also learn how to avoid a strikeout by employees who don’t use social media properly (or in your organization’s best interest).
Mentioned in This Episode
- Episode 24 – How the Heck Do You Use a Hashtag?
- Major League Baseball #THIS campaign
- 2019 MLB Team Twitter Hashtags and Emojis
- The Learning Lab
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Molly McPherson, M.S., APR, combines her knowledge of current communication practices with years of news and PR experience to help people become modern-age communicators in their industry and help to build crisis-proof businesses. From her work in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the cruise line industry in Washington, D.C., Molly develops the right plans and messaging for clients to protect and build their reputations. Molly founded Confident Communications executive learning program and frequently speaks on crisis communications, public relations and social media.
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