2 Windows and 2 Apps in 20 minutes to share relevant and timely content

The following is a brief and basic tutorial for my social media students on using 2 windows and 2 apps in 15-20 minutes to share Social Media content.

The biggest hurdle most of my first year Social Media MBA students struggle with is finding time to be involved in social media. Most of my students have families, work full time, and spend all of their free time working on their graduate degree. However, no time is not an excuse! Especially when we are studying Social Media Marketing. You MUST jump on social, observe, research, engage, and share.

Time management in social media is key!

What other topics or functions do you struggle with? Comment below!

9 thoughts on “2 Windows and 2 Apps in 20 minutes to share relevant and timely content

  1. KristieO February 22, 2013 / 5:49 pm

    Dr. J….thanks for the video short. How did you get the Twitter (or other) app widget in the FF browser? Add ons? Thanks!

    • drjrogers February 22, 2013 / 5:53 pm

      I used an add on to Mozilla Firefox. When you sign up for Buffer App there is an option to add on tons of things. Hootsuite is the same. http://bufferapp.com/extras

      • KristieO February 22, 2013 / 10:10 pm

        Ok…will “gulp” try and see what happens. Thanks!

  2. jacksonjerome April 3, 2013 / 6:34 pm

    Great tutorial, I will begin using this week! Thanks Dr. J!

  3. Laurie Moon June 20, 2014 / 9:52 am

    Hi there, Jess!

    Thanks for posting and sharing your tutorial with us. I find myself using the bit.ly toolbar app all the time, and like you, didn’t realize we could utilize toolbar add-ons for Buffer and Hootsuite (I’ve been opening dashboards, too!) Thanks for the tips and taking the time to craft the tutorial.

    • drjrogers June 20, 2014 / 10:43 am

      Thanks for the comment Laurie! Time management is something my grad students (and I ) sometimes struggle with trying to engage via social. So glad these options exist!

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