How to become the DJ Khaled of your industry

If you don’t know who DJ Khaled is, chances are you don’t listen to commercial Hip Hop, don’t have snapchat and don’t have a subscription to Source magazine.

But in 2016 the producer, DJ and music label executive has managed to become the King of snapchat, shamelessly promoting his appearances, apparel and music.

This year alone DJ Khaled has signed a management-only deal with Jay Z’s company, Roc Nation, announced his ninth studio album and released a single featuring Drake.

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11 things you should never post on social media

1. Rude complaints about a brand or service. As mad as you might be that you only got five nuggets instead of six, do your followers really need to know? If you are going to complain, find the customer service number or email address.

Most large brands have a customer service account on Twitter, so if you’re having no luck via email, then send a polite tweet explaining the issue or letting them know you’ve sent an email. 

You never know, you might want to work with that brand later on down the line. Keep it classy.

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Five things you should do right now to improve your social media presence

Pretty much every brand, company and most individuals have at least one social media account. But so many of these accounts are dormant, badly-managed or just not reaching their full potential.

There’s nothing worse than falling in love with a brand offline, wanting to connect with them online and then finding they haven’t tweeted since 2009 *side eye*.

Managing social media accounts is actually really easy, but people get confused, overwhelmed and sometimes don’t know where to start. Here are five things you can do in under 10 minutes to improve your online presence.

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