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@carriemejones I struggle with this too. I think the correct (if not always true:) answer is to say no to these things, unless you're at such a small company that everyone does double-duty. I talk to too many community managers who do too many roles and then leave the company in intense pain when they leave. A truly effective employee should do a specific set of tasks and, as the company grows, make sure the unrelated tasks get moved to the correct departments.
Easier said than done, of course. ;)
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