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Social Media Time Management

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You can survive the addition of social media into your daily workflow... but you need to look at it piece by piece. Not all at once. Here's some ideas on how to do it.

You can survive the addition of social media into your daily workflow... but you need to look at it piece by piece. Not all at once. Here's some ideas on how to do it.

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  • 1. Social Media Time Management + Office Hours with Jen Lee Reeves
  • 2. Time Management• Take time now so it’s easier later• Plan ahead• Set goals• Use tools• Build a calendar• Learning “no” 2
  • 3. Before You Do Anything• “Tape the edges” – Create lists – Build RSS feeds – Turn on search alerts – Check comments – Push alerts to phone 3
  • 4. I have no time! 4
  • 5. Plan Ahead• Start small – Blend in one social network at a time• Give yourself 5 minutes: – Decide social media goals for today • Engage with three new followers • Find three new blogs to follow • Write a blog post and share it on social platforms 5
  • 6. Time Management• Set goals – Daily – Weekly – Quarterly• Set calendar alerts to follow through• Take notes, share with your team 6
  • 7. Time Management• Use tools – Hootsuite – Buffer – Time Timer – Socialbro – Evernote – Google Drive 7
  • 8. Time Management• Build a calendar• Delegate work• Schedule time to dig in 8
  • 9. Time Management• Learn to say NO – Ask yourself: • Does it fit my goals? • Can I learn? • Will it benefit me or my team? 9
  • 10. Time Management• What’s your experience? Any tips? 10
  • 11. Last Tips• You are in control – not the tools• If you are overwhelmed, turn it off for a bit• Rethink, try again• Follow your plan, but be flexible• Be you 11