Social media has boomed for a few years now, and it’s not hard to feel BURIED by the amount of networks and information out there. A Digital Trends study conducted last year suggested that the average person spends 8 hours per month on Facebook.
And if you’re a social media expert, it’s FORTY hours a WEEK.
It’s hard enough just to keep up with multiple feeds for one network, much less multiple feeds for multiple networks. Throw in a consistent need to stay in front of social media challenges by adapting quickly and showing great marketing foresight and POOF! There goes your free time.
In response to this, people have written a wealth of articles about how to reduce your social media stress by decreasing your burden. Most of these articles list out somewhere between five and 15,000 tips on how to balance your social media without much effort. They tell you to go out and download programs that schedule your tweets and manage your accounts for you… as if the answer to too much social media is yet another social media tool.
Now don’t get me wrong. Pop Labs knows social media tools better than anyone. We use the latest technology to maximize your campaign and your online brand exposure. But that’s because we are experts at it. We specialize in what we do, so you know your social media campaign is going to get results.
As for stress-free social media, there’s really only one surefire tip for how to achieve that:
Let somebody else do social media for you.
That way, you literally don’t have to worry about any of the specifics. Sure, you want to make sure whoever you hire is getting good results, so that takes a little work. But you don’t have to engage in conversations with people online on behalf of your brand.
You just have to find an excellent company to do it for you.
Let Pop Labs be your social media representative. We have been in social media since the beginning and provide incredible returns on investment for our clients. Pop Labs digital marketing is systematic, results-oriented and innovative.
Stress about more important things. Leave the social media to us.