Each Social Channel Has a Language

Young people holding social media logosBetter to pick one spot and be devoted to it than scattershot across three.

By Jody Padar
The Radical CPA

Each social media channel has its own language, culture and dialect. You need to make sure that your culture (aka your voice and how you post) matches the specific channel, otherwise it’s going to seem awkward. Social media has to be understood and used properly and even though you’re going to be experimenting there are also some unwritten rules. Make sure that you’re fol­lowing the basic rules of the social media channel you’re using.

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