Is Our Social Media Terminology About to Change?

Posted by @audreylaine, Thu, Jan 11 9:53am

I love the intro to this article:

“She does social media,” is the go-to introduction my friends bestow on me at parties. In 2018, in a world where many of my millennial friends have more captivating Instagram accounts than me, this introduction sound about as impressive as, “She Googles real good.”

Christina makes some amazing points and I’ve often pondered this topic. When are all things social going to meld together? Or will they?

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Just love that intro – witty and on point. It’s so true that “everyone does social media” these days and that can make it harder for those of us who are trying to convince a client of a more strategic approach. One of my clients has decided to forego my strategic recommendations to employ an intern to “do” their social media because it’s cheaper!

@MarieEnnisOConnor

Just love that intro – witty and on point. It’s so true that “everyone does social media” these days and that can make it harder for those of us who are trying to convince a client of a more strategic approach. One of my clients has decided to forego my strategic recommendations to employ an intern to “do” their social media because it’s cheaper!

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What a gut punch! You’re so right.

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