Social Media and Life is a Contact Sport. Get in the Game or Get Left Behind!
Do you ever feel like you are being left behind in life? You are juggling everything all at once aren’t you? Just like millions upon millions of other people we juggle kids, work, school, bills, and everything else that weighs on us. Some times we get overwhelmed and just want to sit there. You can not do that though, otherwise life will pass you by.
For social media it is the same thing. When you are running a business and part of that business has you dealing with online marketing, (social media being a part of that) You need to get in the game or you will be left behind. There is a whole world of referrals, advice, planning, and conversation going on as you read this blog post.
Now I am not telling you to get busy on Facebook or Twitter by going out there and stuffing your business in the face of every person that you connect with. That would not only be bad advice, but will probably hurt you more than it will help you. What I am suggesting is that you should be joining in the social media conversation, making connections, and building relationships.
It is an online world now and if we resist it or let it pass us by, disconnection from potential customers is sure to happen. Social media is where kids all the way up to grandma and grandpa are at. Joining in the social wave and creating social capital if you are a business owner.
Life is a social game, and social media is where it is happening. Don’t let it pass you by!!!
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Morgan Brown; Co-Founder of Total Exposure Entertainment Marketing LLC
I am the Co-Founder and C.O.O of Total Exposure Entertainment Marketing LLC. I am a father of two children, one boy and one girl who keeps me moving and shaking on a daily basis. My Family and the outdoors are my first loves, while social media and online marketing are a close second. I pride myself on always being a student of life, the industry, and the overwhelming urge to be as big of a “Class Clown” as possible where applicable.