Here are some helpful tips and resources I use on a regular basis.
Create Your Profiles and http://veemo.info Then Start Controlling and Managing Your Profiles.
Once your profiles are designed, updated with the appropriate marketing detail, and you become experienced with engaging, posting, and sharing content on each of the platforms you’ve chosen that are most pertinent to your business and target audience, you can do social media in 60 minutes a day.
Why Are Social Media Dashboards Important?
Dashboards allow you to manage multiple social profiles
Dashboards allow you to track your brand mentions
Dashboards allow you to analyze social media fans, followers and obtain detailed traffic analyses
Dashboards allow you to see the bulk of your profiles on one screen
Dashboards allow you to schedule posts days, weeks and months in advance across multiple social media profiles and sites.
Dashboards allow you to engage from one place as opposed to several individual platforms.
If you don’t currently use a dashboard for the majority of your activity, it will absolutely change your perspective on and engagement in social media. Dashboards eliminate the need to log into several social media platforms and you can stop toggling between screens — all of which will be a big time-saver. Trust me, I’m speaking from experience here.
Explore Your Options and Choose The Right Dashboard That Works For You.
There’s plenty of options to choose from. You can choose Hootsuite, TweetDeck, Sprout Social, Ping.fm, NetVibes, MarketMeSuite, Jungle Torch, Trackur and more. There’s too many to list, but explore some of them. Most have free accounts or trial periods that allow you to really choose the one that works best for you.
The 20 Minute Rule of Social Media Engagement: Morning, Noon and Night.
Whether you use your dashboard to engage with your fans or followers, following one simple rule will allow you to effectively “be social” in sixty minutes a day. When you commit twenty minutes in the morning, twenty minutes mid-day and twenty minutes in the early evening or before the 5-o’clock bell, there is enough time to greet your followers/fans; post updates to your profiles; post some (not all) of your original content; re-post your content; engage with people across your platforms; respond and reply to questions/mentions, and maintain a visibly, active business and personal profile online. Using this “Be Social In Sixty Minutes A Day” will now give you enough time to keep your profiles relevant, current, educational, social and visible on a daily basis.