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Updated by Sarah Pickard Cole on Sep 11, 2015
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24 Hours Of Managing Your OWN Social Media Platforms While Having A Life

Here's how a Real Estate Professional could manage their own social media (after having taken my online courses.) http://socialmediafortherealestatecommunity.usefedora.com/

Facebook

7 AM while having coffee check your personal Facebook profile. Engage with a few posts via your lists and if you have something to say put the status up.
7:10 AM Hop over to your business page and engage with the other pages. Like some posts and then comment on a few. You don't have to put up a post as you have one scheduled through your Hootsuite account for the week ahead (unless you find something that needs to be posted real time.)

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https://www.linkedin.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/

Mid-morning - Check in at LinkedIn. You can do this via your mobile Hootsuite App or LinkedIn app OR your desktop. Make sure to check your groups you belong to and engage with people.

Google+

Lunchtime - check into your Google+, again, via your Hootsuite app or go directly to it from your desktop. Do some real time engaging through sharing, commenting and 1+. Google is UBER important to your search ranking and so this is one you want to make a priority. You have your personal Google profile and your Business Google+ page.

Welcome to Twitter - Login or Sign up

Afternoon Coffee Break - check into your Twitter account via the mobile app or your desktop if you are at the office. Make sure any favorites, mentions or retweets are acknowledged. Check out what is trending and what is going on locally.

http://activerain.trulia.com/

Evening - check into activerain to see if there's any new blogs from colleagues which might be helpful in sparking an idea for you to blog about. Engage with others on here by leaving thoughtful comments. Blog on this site or on your own site, if you have one. *Once a week *is enough to blog if pressed for time.