Avoid These Social Media Dead Zones

Here are the worst times to post to the different channels.

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By Dane Atkinson

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Recent findings have revealed the optimal times to post on social media to get the most engagement, but what about the flip side?

Related: Post Smarter: The Best Times to Use Social Platforms (Infographic)

The worst times to post to each social media platform -- when the least amount of people will see your content -- are illustrated in the infographic below, based on research from SumAll.

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Avoid These Social Media Dead Zones

Related: A Guide to the Best Times to Post on Social Media (Infographic)

Dane Atkinson

CEO & Founder of SumAll.com

Dane Atkinson is chief executive officer of SumAll, a forward-thinking, socially-conscious company focused on harnessing the full power of real-time business intelligence for marketers. Based in New York City, Atkinson is a serial entrepreneur, having built nearly a dozen tech companies. He is a mentor in the New York TechStars program and a serves as an advisor to several technology firms.

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