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Are You Struggling With Social Media? Part II

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In our last podcast I talked a little bit about social media platforms, specifically, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This week I will continue with four more major social media platforms.

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Music for this podcasts is can be found at danosong.com.

If you have any interesting stories about social media and would like to share or have any questions or feedback you can leave them in the comments section of the show notes.

A pdf of each episode can be found in the show notes:

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Let’s continue to work together to put heads in your beds.

Until next time, have a fun day.

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