said 8 months, 3 weeks ago:
consider reading a book about writing for social media.
Steve Slaunwhite has a good copywriting class that is a good idea.
Don’t first think about the tools, think about where people are and why. You will learn about Social Media on the way.
Many years ago, there was a young Chinese boy who was fortunate enough to be given an apprenticeship to a famous jade master.
On his first morning, as he hurried to the old man’s house, the boy looked forward eagerly to his day. “Today,” he said to himself, “the master will begin to teach me about jade.”
But when he got there, the master handed him a pebble of jade to hold and began to talk about everything under the sun – except jade.
The boy was disappointed, but as he walked home he consoled himself. “The master was just getting to know me today,” he thought. “Surely tomorrow he will begin to teach me about jade.”
But the next day came, and it was just the same as the first. The old man gave the boy a pebble of jade to hold, and began to talk about all of the Ten Thousand Things – except jade.
Day after day this happened. The boy began to despair. “Did I fail some test?” he thought. “Does the master not want me as his apprentice? Will he ever begin to teach me about jade?”
He was a well-brought-up Chinese boy and had been taught not to question his elders, but one day, as he trudged to the master’s house, he had had enough. “Today,” he thought, “I will ask the master when he will begin to teach me about jade.”
But when he arrived at the house, before he could say anything, the master, as his custom was, put a pebble into the boy’s hand. And without thinking, the apprentice cried out, “Master, that’s not jade!”
The Master said “Now, you know about jade.”