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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To Creating a Social Network by Angela Crocker

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Uploading Content

Planning to share content isn’t enough—you actually have to gather it and upload the content to the network. We’ll talk in detail about gathering different types of content in Chapter 10.
It is important to decide who’s responsible for uploading content for the organization. Is it just one person or a team? To avoid putting too much responsibility on any one person, it’s better to have a team of people share the responsibility. In this way, sick days are covered, vacations aren’t a problem, and if someone’s abducted by aliens there’s no worry (about the content, I mean).
Of course, having a team uploading content means they need to be in regular communication with one another. Who’s uploading what? When? How often? Careful ...

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