said 1 year, 4 months ago:
@donpurdum Gotta agree with @phil-mershon and @charlynshelton-socialmediainterpreter on this one. As busy as we all are, it’s sort of going against social media etiquette to post simultaneously across all your networks. During a twitter chat last week, some folks even mentioned it was one of their biggest pet peeves to see tweets that referred to photos uploaded on Facebook, as some brands do link their FB and twitter accounts. (Big no-no)
In some cases, it may make sense, for example if you tweet professionally, then you could link with your Linkedin account, as some folks do. But for Facebook, it is pretty much considered best-practice to post directly on FB rather than via tools such as Hootsuite or Tweetdeck.
@karenpelletier I would suggest using tools such as Seesmic, Hootsuite or Tweetdeck to manage accounts simultaneously. You can also program tweets, so that way you can read or write interesting posts in the evening, and have them sent in the early morning following day, if such was a better moment for your target audience, for example.