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Collaboration within your Organization :Allowing employees to engage with the organization, and to take pride in sharing and promoting the company they work for can have huge impacts.
Problem Solving : You never know who might have the best solution lurking in their brain, and whether or not you would have sought that person out for help if it weren’t for social media.
Rapid Feedback : Social media can help you stop wasting time for responses.
1. Admit that you are addicted and it is not a good thing. You have to realize that hooking on to the net to watch what others are doing is unhealthy – for your body, mind and brain. This will be your first step towards de-addiction.
3. Disable all notifications from your social media pages on your smartphone.
4. Take the weekend off from all your social media accounts .
5. Check on your accounts with a purpose. Instead of aimlessly scrolling up and down social media pages, log in with a purpose – maybe to fix a movie date with an old school-friend you reconnected on social media.
Social media has many good qualities but is also fraught with challenges for people who are socially anxious. They may feel as self-conscious as they would face to face. They may think that they don't have anything to say, that they come across as boring, or that people may think they're stupid.
These fears affect how people behave, causing them to hold back and hide their true selves. In turn, it makes them feel even more boring or quiet, making them share even less about themselves.
A/B testing, also known as split testing, measures two social media posts against each other to see which performs best.
The most common way of using A/B tests is to only change one element of the post between the two versions (headline, image, CTA, etc) so that you know any difference in performance is because of that change.
You can A/B test with both organic and paid posts.
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