Making your message count in 140 characters or less is a vital part of your business strategy. When you use Twitter, you can either send the same types of tweets all the time and risk blending into the social media universe or you can mix things up and be that go-to person everyone’s talking about.
Spotify playlists are simple to create and share with other users, and are a unique way to connect and engage with your social networks. In this episode of “30 Second Social,” Scott Kleinberg explains the simple way to create a Spotify playlist. Spotify: how to create a playlist
As a business, you really can’t afford to ignore Facebook. Whether you embrace it or not, conversations about your brand are occurring there all the time. With just a little effort and devotion, you can keep current customers coming back and win over new ones. Here are some tips to get you started. Share quality,
Pinterest is a digital bulletin board to group and share visually-interesting images. Think of Pinterest like a visually-oriented Twitter, with focus on the act similar to re-tweeting: re-pinning. Users create boards based on themes (women’s clothing, baby items, travel) and “pin” any online image to the board accordingly. Upon selecting an item to add to
Facebook status update tagging is a simple way to extend the reach of your content to other users. Tags place your content on other users pages and profiles (in addition to your own) and include them in the conversation. In this episode of “30 Second Social,” Amy Guth explains how to tag other users on