The social networks are not like any other terrain. Each one is different: what is accepted and searched for on Facebook might not be acceptable on Twitter, Linkedin, Tuenti, etc. We have to be careful because it is still public exposure for the company. Participation in the social networks must be done with care. In the same manner that that the press release written by a trainee is revised, the same happens with participation in the social networks: The trainee must not be in charge, and obviously cannot be responsible for potential errors.
Marketing on social networks is not difficult to understand. It is simply a matter of knowing the written and unwritten rules for each of these networks.
The social networks are not bound by age. The majority of Facebook users are middle-aged, and there are more and more in the 55 to 75 age group that are joining this network out of curiosity.
A social network strategy might have a zero cost, however, we have to understand that time is money and for the social networks it is mainly time: You need look no further than the average time that a Tuenti or Facebookuser is connected, this being a typical average of 90 minutes a day.