The only wrong way of sharing your work would be by spamming your audience. On each of your platforms, figure out what kind of content your audience expects to see as they scroll through their feed, then tailor your sharing to that. On Twitter, they may expect quick updates, on LinkedIn they may expect brief summaries, and on Facebook, you might be able to get away with a slightly longer summary of your work. On each platform, you can share your update with a link to your work at a frequency that is not spammy. Figuring out a good frequency will require some trial and error. On LinkedIn, I try to do at most two updates a day while I might do 10 on Twitter in the same day.

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