Whether you’re an inbound marketing professional working at an agency, freelancing or directing the online efforts of a company, if you haven’t experienced social media and inbound marketing burnout yet – you will! Over the last six years I’ve averaged one vacation every two years. That seems to be the point where “unplugging” for one week becomes necessary. I blame the invention of the iPhone for extending my work day and contributing to inbound marketing burnout. As my responsibility and workload has increased over the years I’ve noticed my burnout clock is getting shorter too. As a result, I’ve come up with the below steps to help me cope with the inevitability of social media and inbound marketing burnout.
I hope this list helps. Social media and inbound marketing burnout is inevitable - there's no avoiding this fact. If you haven't experienced it yet I recommend you bookmark this post for future reference. It will come in handy when social media and inbound marketing burnout smacks you in the face like a ton of bricks. . . :)
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011 @ 1PM EDT, 10AM PST
Join our guests Troy Rumfelt, President, and Mike Gingerich, Marketing Director for TabSite, a Facebook application by Digital Hill Multimedia, to learn how to build leads with Facebook.