When social media first came out, I thought it was the bees knees.
It was a massive distraction, and I was on their posting all the time.
Yet, over the years I started to realize how distracting social networks can be to my overall productivity.
So I actually took pride in using social networksless.
I loved not being on social networks as much.
It felt healthier for my brain.
But there were consequences I wasn't realizing...
The simple act of regularly posting on social keeps you top of mind with your audience, and helps you generate more sales.
I learned this the hard way.
By not posting for years and letting my social go cold.
Then, I hired a team member who helped me start putting out daily social content, and I immediately saw an uptick of new leads of people saying "I've been following your content on Linkedin."
Staring at a social feed all day is a waste of time.
But posting on a regular basis is crucial to your business.