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10 Types of People You Should Stop Following on Social Media

Social media is an important aspect of marketing in Utah. Unfortunately, there are lot of brands and individual people who do not know how to use social media effectively for marketing. Including social media in your marketing plan doesn’t have to be about posting every minute, nor does it always have to be thought provoking. Here are ten social media personalities you or your brand should always be aware of.

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1. The person in Utah who posts too often.

1. The person in Utah who posts too often.
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2. The person who rarely posts.

2. The person who rarely posts.
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3. The person in Utah who is overly sarcastic.

3. The person in Utah who is overly sarcastic.
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4. The person who only re-tweets and never posts original thoughts.

4. The person who only re-tweets and never posts original thoughts.
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5. The person who overuses the hashtag symbol.

5. The person who overuses the hashtag symbol.
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6. The person who synchronizes their tweets with their Facebook posts.

6. The person who synchronizes their tweets with their Facebook posts.
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7. The person who only posts personal or political rants.

7. The person who only posts personal or political rants.
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8. The person who follows and tags everyone, and inevitably makes whoever follows more susceptible to spam.

8. The person who follows and tags everyone, and inevitably makes whoever follows more susceptible to spam.
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9. The person who only uses social media for self-promotion.

9. The person who only uses social media for self-promotion.
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10. The brand or person who tries to be cute and clever with every single social media post.

10. The brand or person who tries to be cute and clever with every single social media post.
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