What is a healthy quantity in Social Media?

Good morning everyone, we hope you are all well and that you have found yesterday’s post insightful. Today we will be discussing a different topic, this time we want to discuss how much social media should be done by brands or users alike.

This of course will vary between the different types of users, brands as an example require a longer presence depending on what the purpose of their presence is, whether it is selling their products or simply advertising them.

Twitter offers a lot more freedom in this regard as it is so simple to compose a tweet but should you really only focus on Twitter? We believe not, we believe all relevant social networks should be utilised.

If one is making a video then use Youtube to post it and all the other networks to increase its reach and so forth but going back to the initial question, how long should one spend engaging on social networks? Is there really a good amount of time and a bad amount of time to be using social media?

Our opinion is that, let’s say one wants to raise awareness about one’s services and products, then a little more time than usual is needed to carry this out as Twitter alone will not have the desired impact. Google+, Facebook and all the other popular networks need to be used as well.

Now our question to you is, how many hours per day do you think it’s needed to carry all of this out?

Let us know by commenting below or by joining the discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #DGCNetworks.

We look forward to hearing from all of you.

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