We’ve already gone and busted a few of the most common social media misconceptions before. But lo and behold, there are still a lot out there to be busted. It’s not that easy to for new comers in social media to have a solid concept once they jump in. We all went thru that phase.
A sort of continuation to the previous post, I’d like to add these to the list of social media myths that need debunking. This is part of our job, to be able to direct you to a smooth road in implementing your social media efforts. Let’s get started, shall we?
Viral campaigns are easy to do.
Not really. Organic viral campaigns are going to be hard to replicate because you have no hold on how the audience will react to what you’re going to post online.
Social media is not work at all.
You’d be surprised at the amount of time and effort social media practitioners throw in for a campaign to flourish. Signing up for account is like a walk in the park, but using those accounts for your intended purpose may not be as easy.
Social media is just a passing fancy.
This has something to do with social media’s fast climb to popularity. Some assume that the quick rise to fame would be followed by an abrupt decline, yet we’re still here. Social media isn’t just the tool of the moment. It’s the evolution of existing marketing means.
Got more myths to add to the list? Let’s keep it going, put in a few of your own over at the comments section. I’d like to hear what you have to say about this.
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