How to manage your social media in a post-election world
The end of the world is nigh, but there’s still a lot of social media to manage.
We’re all going to be busy this election cycle.
And we’re all busy working through our election news, our politics and our life.
Here are some tips for how to manage our social media during this post-electoral era.
The key to managing your social accounts in post-Electoral Age is: Be smart about it.
While it’s true that many people are likely to be on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, they should be aware that the world around them can change so fast.
And while you may not be aware of it, you’re potentially sharing information with others that you don’t want to be seen by others.
Be smart with your timelines, your topics and your content.
If you have a topic that you want to share, do it in a way that can be easily shared with others.
The more you do this, the less likely you are to share the wrong information or misinterpret something that others are saying.
Be selective with what you share.
There’s no right or wrong answer when it comes to sharing information.
What works for you may be different than what others might like.
Don’t be afraid to share stuff that might be difficult to share with others, such as things that might offend someone.
But if you want people to know about your work, you should be able to share that information in a responsible way, as long as you make sure that the information is clear.
It’s best to keep things to a minimum, and share only the things you’re passionate about.
And you should use social media for good.
Social media is the best way to connect with people and communicate with the world, and it’s also the best tool to communicate with other people. Don