Do you trust Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and other fallible media when you post content online? Do you waste time reposting and fixing because of regular yet inconsistent glitches? Here's the solution: Get HootSuite, Buffer or other good scheduling app and post everywhere at once. Then repeat on a schedule. I know folks complain about seeing cross platform posts. My answer to that? Who cares! I hate commercials, but it hasn't stopped anyone from making them, playing them over and over, or making the volume higher so they scream at me. I hate 'Drunken Love' but it hasn't stopped the radio stations from repeatedly bombarding me with it at the same time. Post consistently and across multiple platforms to get your message seen or it will get buried under those with excess hash tags, random links, funnel scams, and scandalous pics. After you plan it, schedule it and post it... Forget about it and focus on your audience response. Why? Those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind... But they will be waiting for your next post, Q & A, and expression of gratitude.
If Bernard Baruch had the luxury of Social Media, or a good PR campaign in 1948, maybe his quote wouldn't be so commonly misattributed to Dr. Suess. Don't let fear of loss stop you from getting your message across. What's 100% of zero? Don't hold back. I often see articles on topics I've already written. Guess what, if necessary the time/date of who said it first can easily be Googled. They can steal the concept but not the wisdom... And there's plenty more where that came from if you're good.
I never bother about that. Those who matter don’t mind, and those who mind don’t matter. Let's discuss it... http://xeeme.com/AndréaRaquel