Social media marketing dilemma: copy-paste or not. Part 1

You’ve heard that social media marketing is essential for business. So you have created branded pages (that is, your company pages) on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. Now, the question is: do you copy paste and publish the same stuff on all three?

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