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5 Social Networks To Achieve 10 Business Tasks

We examine several popular social networks to determine which is best for each of 10 business tasks, from engaging customers to hiring new employees.
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You can post as much as you want as often as you want on any social media platform, but beware annoying potential customers by misusing a site. Twitter is designed for short, quick updates. If you update often on Twitter, you can meet your goal of providing fresh updates and exciting teasers--and you are likely to be seen as a Twitter star. But if you update often on Facebook, you run the danger of making people angry for clogging their news feed.

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