The social media marketer knows the pain of making an unpopular decision, whether it’s to remove a Facebook photo from your timeline or remove a Twitter feed from your account.
Now it’s time to get rid of those pesky social media rules and get to work.
Here’s how to do it.
Social media rules are a tricky thing to crack.
Most of them are pretty obvious: if you post a photo to your Instagram account, you can’t use it to promote your next project.
There are a few exceptions, such as for a “personalized” message you might send to a friend or family member, and the ability to post photos of your kids with a caption.
These are good reasons to have a personal photo wall, but the rules aren’t nearly as clear-cut as you might think.
Let’s take a look at which social media platforms have the most social media restrictions and which ones are just fine.