Would It Be Okay To Create Social Media Accounts That Are Not Necessarily Related To A Client’s Industry?

By April

 

In episode 276 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if it is okay to create social media accounts that are not necessarily related to a client's industry.

The exact question was:

Hey guys, I'm using Knowem to build social accounts for clients. Knowem has tons of sites covering a wide swath of the internet. Is there any risk in getting all accounts for a particular client, even if a particular website isn't necessarily related to that clients' industry? I wouldn't put a cinema on Angie's List, for example. Am I mixing up citations with social accounts?

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How Would You Deal With A Person Who Believes That Blog Posts Should Not Be Shared On Social Media?

By April

In episode 268 of the weekly Hump Day Hangouts by Semantic Mastery, one viewer asked how to deal with a person who believes that blog posts should not be shared on social media.

The exact question was:

One of my clients just recently brought on a “”social media”” person. Today that person tells me that he doesn't want me to post blog posts, videos or anything else to any of the social media platforms. He says blog posts should stay on the blog. Whats the best way for me to respond to this ridiculous demand?

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