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As a consultant working with many brands on social media strategy and efforts, I hear a lot of perceptions about social media. Extended out to the conferences that I attend and sometimes speak at, it is surprising how often I hear the same myths about social media. These are not things that brands are just using as reasons to not engage ... they often come from brands and marketing teams that are actively using social media as well. The following is a selection of some of the myths that I hear most often, as well as some thoughts on why they are simply myths and what your brand can do to get past them:You need to give up control. By far the most common myth, giving up control is a defeatist way of looking at social media. The 5 Big Myths Of Social Media
Social Media Business Course | UKNetWeb We are pleased to announce that the prize for the best homework set at the first Social Media Taster Course goes to Faye Treffry of Poppy Treffry. Faye wins the prize against stiff competition from other course delegates who demonstrated great enthusiasm in their entries. The reasons Faye has won the prize are as follows: