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    • Allyson Shoshana

      Never start a social media marketing campaign on a Friday & here's why....

    • Liz Jostes

      Why you should never start a #socialmedia campaign on a Friday.

    • Michel Després

      [Facebook, Twitter, YouTube marketers: This is why you never, ever start campaigns on Friday] Most social marketing campaigns are deployed on Fridays. But campaigns deployed on Tuesdays get the most engagemen

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