Social Media Tips

Facebook and LinkedIn

If you’ve started using social media, specifically Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, these are some tips that I often mention during my training sessions:

1. Facebook

  • Start by following friends’ friends
  • Like, share, and comment. Like customer’s pages from your page.
  • Use polls on your page
  • Answer questions and comments
  • Share videos and blog posts
  • Use clickable links – http://www…..
  • No contact or sales info is allowed in page header
  • When logo area is clicked, have a link there
  • Use Milestones on pages, page posts every other day

 

Twitter2. Twitter

  • Be particular about who you follow
  • Keep username and tweets short enough so others can re-tweet
  • Start by following people someone else in your field is following
  • Hint: when you have little time – re-tweet and put your comment in front,
    then send the same tweet again
  • Reply to @s and DM’s
  • Comment, tweet info, answer questions – don’t be afraid to
    jump into a conversation
  • When sending a tweet, put the username after the comment for more views
  • Be the person who delivers knowledge – curate from the web,
    share old blog posts
  • Use keywords and hashtags to follow topics
  • Use lists to follow specific people
  • Outsource or autotweet your blog posts and spend time interacting
  • Careful with autotweet that the tweet is still relevant
  • Address problems asap and publicly
  • Use hashtags for events

3. LinkedIn

  • Complete profile and keyword URL’s, full summary and skills
  • Connect with those you know first, then a few new people daily
  • Think biz casual – share biz content, answer questions
  • No hashtags (this is changing) or RT’s
  • Like and share, reply to DM’s, respond to invitations
  • Participate in groups or start your own, comment on threads
  • Endorse skills of connections, Recommend others
  • Add a company page with video, documents, photos, FAQ’s
  • Tip: click LinkedIn Share button on a site and post to Groups

If you have your own website/blog, remember that the goal is always to bring people back to it – a Facebook page is not a website.

So are any of the above tips new to you? Any more I should add to this list for using Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn?

Here’s to keeping up with the world around us,
Carol
P.S. If any of these points sound like a foreign language,let me know by clicking here and I can help you.

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