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The BIGGEST Yet Easiest To Fix Social Media Mistake We Make

On March  27th I tweeted this:

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24 hours later, I tweeted this:

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3 hours later, I received this tweet:

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My point is simple.

When someone tweets you, or sends you a message on Facebook, or LinkedIn, or whatever social media platform you’re using, respond to them! Not responding to them is like someone calling you on the phone and you refuse to pick up.

I completely understand that we get busy and it’s hard to respond to everyone, but that’s what makes doing it all the more special. A response shows that you care opposed to being someone who simply tries to accumulate as many followers as possible (and later, spams them with useless information).

If U.S. Senator Cory Booker (with 1.5 million twitter followers) can respond to messages, surely we all can.

Accessibility is a new form of currency. Senator Booker gets it, do you?


Paul C. Brunson

Mentor, Entrepreneur, & Television Host. My goal is to help you live your best life. I’m the world’s most influential matchmaker, founded and exited three businesses, host two television shows, spent nearly a decade working directly for a billionaire, and share my experiences by mentoring through Knowledge Share