Build a Better Brand Platform: 30 Day Challenge (Day 21)

21 Sep
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Day 21 challenge is a little late. Its all about time management  in platform building. Alanis might find that a tad-ironic-doncha’ think?  Social media management tools, such as Tweetdeck and Hootsuite can help with time management. You are able to schedule tweets and Facebook updates ahead of time. Make lists for particular #hashtags on Twitter. Manage your time by managing your social media.

But don’t take my word for it Robert “Not Bob”  Brewer suggests the same on Day 21  of his April Platform Challenge.

Keeping it short because a “day job”  is no excuse for tardiness. Sorry,kids. I am going to have to master these tough Friday workloads or remember to make them a little easier when I make my editorial calendar for October.

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