5. Try to Be Consistent

Keeping up a blog or any form of social media can be daunting. Life just gets in the way. Sometimes, life events such as a new job or getting married can eat up your time. It is normal to fall off of the social media wagon.

If you fall behind, you could have potential customers and employers wondering what happened to you or even lose interest in you. Try to make a post at least once a week. If you have things like Twitter or WordPress, you can connect it to other platforms of social media. So when you make one post to one place, your words or pictures will get shared to the other places, widening the net in your social media and helping to keep those accounts up to date.

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