Social Networking Fatigue
For many, the fatigue comes from doing all the work of posting content and thinking up new content only to see no results.
If you feel like you’ve been posting the same thing over and over again on Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin, you are probably not alone. I’m sure many readers feel that too much content is rehashed and repackaged.
Is your content boring?
Print out your last 20 posts and after a while take a look at them from a reader’s point of view. Are they dull? Do you say the same thing too many times? Fortunately, this problem can be fixed fairly easily.
Too many platforms?
Do you rush to join the newest social networking site only to lose track of who is in your network? If you don’t know who is in your network then how do you know what they want from you?
Do you neglect to reply to comments other leave you? Do you post weak comments on other blogs and fan pages just to leave a link to your page? If you are not interesting, people will not click through.
I’d love to know if you are experiencing any social media fatigue and why you think that is. Leave a comment so I can know someone read this post and feel a little happier on the inside.
I’ll even post a few more questions to get the conversation started:
Do you think marketing contributes to the fatigue or does it feed your growing appetite for information?
Do you enjoy hearing from companies and brands you are a fan of? Are you dropping brands because they are cluttering your information stream?
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