It’s hard to keep up with the plethora of social media platforms available to promote your business on. When Facebook came on the scene, you were skeptical, but you started because everyone said it was “the” place to be. And now that you’ve got the hang of it, there’s Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and Google Plus. Where do you draw the line?
It’s not enough these days to just be on social media – everyone else is there too. Tweet it! You need to be effective on social media and really be playing the game well. So rather than trying to be everywhere at once, you’re better off just focusing on one or two social media platforms that really suit your business.
So which ones do you choose? At the end of the day, it’s all about choosing the platforms where your audience hang out. Choose a platform that’s going to help you get your message out to people who are genuinely interested in what you have to say, and ultimately what you have to offer them.
If you were reading carefully, you’ll notice that I said choose one platform that’s going to get you where you want to go. Let’s take a look at the 6 major platforms and work out where you should be focusing your time and effort.