In a field as new and dynamic as social media, experience is not only the best teacher — often, it's the only teacher. Deborah Sternberg, executive vice president of Always Care Benefits in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, shares a few of the lessons she's learned.

1. Stay away from the hard-sell social media post. Consider each post as if it were the first conversation with a potential client.

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