Face­book fa­natic

Craftseller - - Q&a - STEPHANIE COLLINS, GRIMSBY

I find my­self wast­ing more and more time on my Face­book ac­count un­der the guise of pre­tend­ing to work! I’m wor­ried about the im­pact this is hav­ing on ac­tual pro­duc­tiv­ity. How do I find the right bal­ance? JOANNE SAYS: There is the ‘ten min­utes in the morn­ing and ten min­utes in the evening’ rule that you could try. Us­ing the sched­ul­ing fa­cil­i­ties avail­able on Face­book is a great time man­age­ment tool, too. I spend an hour ar­rang­ing con­tent for the week, us­ing the sched­ule op­tion on Face­book, which can be found where you add an up­date. The blue box that says ‘pub­lish’ also has a down ar­row next to it. Click on this, and the sched­ule op­tion will ap­pear. Also, look at page in­sights to find what time of day your posts gets the best in­ter­ac­tion.

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