Top seven social media mistakes made in the 2010 elections

April 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

#3

Failure to act in a timely manner. Social Media is “real time.” You can’t wait days or weeks to make decisions and then implement. You will be left behind. While working with a political client who was revising an older book title with a new foreword, we cautioned that the book would need to be pushed early, and we were right.

If you wait too long to push your key strategies, you will undoubtedly miss a social media opportunity or not start an initiative soon enough to be effective.

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