The vast majority of people are on social media. You’re either on Facebook, Instagram, or using Twitter and Snapchat to communicate. The average person may spend over 2 hours per day on social media.
Social media is a great communication tool. It helps us remain connected with friends and family. Social media also gives us a way read the news and what’s trending in pop culture. However, it’s also can have a negative influence in our financial behaviors.
Increasing your understanding of money is an ongoing process. Social media offers a great platform to continue to learn and access information. In fact, many experts and professionals use Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to educate people on a wide variety of financial topics.
Learn as Your Scroll
Add financial experts to your social media feeds. When your scrolling to see what you’re friends are up to, you might just scroll onto a money tip that can help you save money. Follow accounts like our founder Jason Vitug on Twitter and phroogal on Facebook.
We also suggest the following social media accounts from:
Rockstar Finance – curating the best of the personal finance blogger world.
Centsai – using financial storytelling to educate.
Your financial institution – you already have a financial relationship with them, so you might as well keep up.