Cartoon: Social Media Overload

Let’s face it, there are a ton of social media sites out there and trying to participate in all of them may spread your resources and your social media budget way too thin. Instead of trying to be everywhere, take some time to analyze each platform and their potential benefits and then develop and entrance plan for those that meet your needs.  Save yourself the grief that comes from Social Media Overload and take baby steps into those social channels that make the most sense.

 

Social Media Overload

This cartoon was inspired by a Tweet from Eve Mayer Orsburn, also known as @LinkedInQueen on Twitter. Her Tweet was:

 

 Thanks, so much to Eve for the inspiration!

Comments And Reactions

  1. Cartoon: Social Media Overload via @SocMedSean http://t.co/bGUdRS2

  2. When we said “have online presence” we certainly don’t mean this. Choose what works for you. http://t.co/18izRwBD #DigitalMarketing

  3. Are you suffering from social media overload? http://t.co/jEf6Wt3v

  4. Cartoon: Social Media Overload http://t.co/5dOBItAy via @socmedsean

  5. Hi, Sean-
    Love your cartoons! I shared this one on our blog (http://blog.socialot.com/the-reluctant-bloggers-weekly-blog-roundup-1214/) to give our readers a little Friday chuckle. Thanks for the uplift-
    Erin Larson, Socialot.com

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