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Optimising Your Social Strategy | With Pamela Hopkinson From Social Media Solutions | 20 Minute Marketing #76

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We're joined by Pamela Hopkinson from Social Media Solutions on episode 76 of the show. Launched by Pamela in 2021, Social Media Solutions provides social media training, consultancy, and management services. So, it makes sense that the episode focuses on social media strategy optimisation.

During the episode, talk about the current social media landscape and how it has changed over the past twelve months. We cover the big platforms but also discuss sites like Pinterest, Reddit, and Quora, and the value they offer to businesses. Pamela also shares her thoughts on whether businesses should be active on every social channel or specifically focus on a few. She then shares some social strategy tips before we move on to content scheduling. Finally, Pamela shares some of the brands that she's enjoyed watching over the past 12 months.

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