How To Be Social on Social Media…When You’re Anti-social: Part 2 | TIS Ep. 14
Struggling with social media? In this second part of “How To Be Social on Social Media…When You’re Anti-social,” the sisters give 8 actionable tips for how introverts (and extroverts too!) can build a strong online presence while avoiding overwhelm.
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By The Numbers:
1:02 – Continuing from the last episode, Lisa and Sharon jump right into specific tips for making the most of social media, whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert.
1:23 – Define your “why.”
5:25 – Be as private or as open as you feel comfortable with.
12:31 – Sharon advises that one should schedule content in advance.
16:11 – Take control of your notifications.
How To Be Social on Social Media…When You’re Anti-social: Part 2 – Quotes:
“Employers are going to check your social media. So post what you want, but let it be tempered by common sense.”
“Sometimes you have to over-communicate. Sometimes you have to give extra thought to ‘How is this going to be perceived?’”
“The first time I sign up for a site, the first place I go is to the privacy settings.”
“Please have a profile pic, or you’ll just look creepy.”
“Do not send me a friend request on any platform if you do not have a profile pic. It will be immediately deleted.”
“People say to me ‘You seem to be everywhere,’ but a lot of that is because of smart scheduling.”
“You do actually have to show up and respond to people on social media.”
“Your phone is meant to be a tool for you. You are not meant to be a slave to it.”
“Make your introversion central to your brand.”
“Remember what your north star is, and make it central to your content.”
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