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Avi

That really drives home the investment that goes into being attuned to the conversation even in a small niche. The toughest thing for me is prioritizing what tasks belong at the top of the list and being realistic about how much time I have.

Jeane Goforth

Although the resulting connections have been valuable, when I'm really tired or facing a huge to-do list, the social media prove to be very distracting. Balance is a challenge.

Austin Chu

Great Post, Love the chart. I work for a company that manages and tracks gift cards, and I just got converted into the social media and started a savvywallet.com for our company. I spend about 8 hours of the day doing this work. At the basic is extremely easy and simple, but digging into this world, it's a huge rabbit hole, and it's deeper and wider the further I delve in it. It's a science. It takes commitment, time, and patience. I wish the fruit of my labor are more bountiful, but it's the way of the game. Even though this is non-profit site, I believe social media is fundamental in any movement. Thanks for you post. I learned something today. We'd love to support you in fundraising and your organizations endeavors! Thanks.

-Austin

joan

Great post as usual Beth (I may say this too often but it's really sincere). My strategy on my very looooong to-do list is grouping following fun and time criterias. I write the posts in one shot (translating though takes me more time since I don't really enjoy this work), then when I'm bored with the words I jump to Flickr then on Podcasting to hear voices (the best way to make you realize all these people are ...people!) and the machine goes on and on for 40hours a week.
But I'm sure you know about the pleasure we feel on doing all this!

Take care

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