This is the gate to nowhere.
This is where we find ourselves whenever we take actions that lead to a dead-end.
You kind-of knew it would end that way, but you tried anyway just to make sure.
Ensure you don't end up like this...
Twitter. Facebook! Instagram!! Pinterest!!!
I keep reading if I don’t market my company on social media, it will make or break my business.
But which ones will actually help me the most?
AND, more importantly, will I spend all of my time managing all of these separate accounts?
There are so many options and my head is full of unanswered questions.
It seems like there are new social media platforms popping up. Every. Single. Day.
I am totally overwhelmed…
Does this sound familiar?
Being overwhelmed by trying to learn every new Social Media Platform?
There is no need to run around like a madmen, trying to be on every platform, trying to reach every person in every way.
Instead of trying to be subpar on several different platforms, why not focus and be the BEST on just one. Especially, the one that meets YOUR specific business goals.
You don’t need to spend all of your time managing every individual platform. That’s just wasting valuable energy and resources.
Why not just to get the word out about your first-class services?
Then Try Twitter! A microblogging site where you update periodically throughout the day. And make it a team effort while you are at it. By getting everyone on staff involved in posting updates. Tap into the creative energy in your office and get your wittiest people to add character to your company through clever tweets!
Because people love to follow and retweet People with Character!
But if sending posts everyday about everything you do isn’t your thing, there are many more options for you.
Facebook is a staple for millions of people worldwide is you to connect with clients and fans and post updates of your company, without the rapid extent of Twitter or Instagram.
But the best part is…
Do you want to find all the people interested in your product or service?
Well with Facebook’s powerful advertising program you can easily find people by any interest you can think of.
But if you’re not interested in jumping through the many hoops to get on someone’s Timeline then give Google Plus a go.
Although Google Plus is fairly new to the game it is quickly growing and perfect for any business. With a combination of Gmail, G-Calendar, G-Docs, G-Hangout, and more. You can easily run your entire business online through Google. Accessing it anywhere and everywhere through your phone’s Google Android.
But if your business is has many visually interesting thing to share or a virtual storefront to show off your wares, then Pinterest is for you.
Pinterest is a great way to connect and share products, personal project ideas, recipes and a multitude of other interests that can be organized by topic or theme. If your business is more design or food oriented, it could be a great supplement to your website.
Once you know exactly which one is the best for you.
Just sit back. Relax. And grow your media presence.