You have it all figured out. You’re going to be consistent, funny, listen to fans, find relevant content to share because relevant and interesting content is more shareable and that will get people to be talking about you and your brand. You’ve also decided where you are going to be and have a cross-posting scheme all designed to make it work.
Still, social media can always fire back unexpetedly… as it seems, apart from other factors and despite that social media has come to stay, sometimes is just might destroy your business.
And that is what today’s article talks about. Here’s the kick-off:
Social media has arguably become the most powerful media platform. It allows brands and businesses to directly reach their customers anytime and anywhere. It has helped small businesses grow larger faster than before. Social media has also led to the downfall of several businesses that, in one way or another, misused the marketing platform and destroyed their reputation or wasted a ton of money. Maybe you’re spending too much time on platforms that your customers don’t use or not spending enough time analyzing the right kinds of data. Here are five examples of how businesses fail when it comes to using social media.
Want to know the 5 examples? Read more at: 5 Ways Social Media Can Destroy Your Business
Did you ever have a bad experience with your organization’s or brand’s social media? Was it because of any of those factors mentioned by Eric? Let me know, down bellow 🙂