Do you need to take 99 days off from Facebook? That’s up to you. It very well may be just what some of you need or want. For others, a little moderation is better.
In social media, the World Cup is becoming the biggest social media event ever. We can learn a few things from World Cup Fever that will guide you in examples of ways to create visual content and user engagement:
1. Always use appropriate humor. You can never go wrong with it. After all, it is the best medicine.
It doesn’t matter if you are writing text for a new website, posting a Facebook or Twitter update or publishing a blog, it is essential that you know who your audience is.
You set up a new Twitter account and you are gung-ho ready to start participating in online conversations, spreading your own valuable content and having exchanges with thought leaders and friends online. It seems so easy, doesn’t it? It is. But it is easy to mess up too. Unless you are a professional politician with advisors trailing you and offering advice on what to say, what color to wear, where to look when entering a room and how to greet a new acquaintance you will need to manage your own persona.