Social media is many things. On a personal level, it's a way to keep in touch with family or a way to decide which family members to avoid. From a business perspective, it's a great way to create a community for your workers, to share your company's story with the general public or even recruit workers — especially millennials and Gen Z.
It's also a place to find some interesting stories. One of the recent Kickstart blogs included an item on the pasta shortage, I found that through a Twitter link over the holidays.
The key is to curate a solid list of people to follow.
To help you find your social media community, Plastics News will have a special report on Feb. 15 on the most interesting social media accounts in plastics. We follow quite a few, but want to know who you'd recommend to others.
They may be individuals or companies and could be from any of the major social media platforms out there.