Debbie Lynn Butler
said 1 year, 4 months ago:
Your activities should correspond with your unique purpose for being on social media. An example: if you are just starting your business, you need answers and people who have already discovered the pitfalls you want to avoid. You’ll want to spend time in the Social Media Examiner Small Business Club, getting to know people, asking questions, and looking for free information.
You’ll also be more consistent (and probably more successful) if you do what you love. Can’t stand to write? A daily blog may be a stretch for you while posting on Facebook or Twitter (only 120 characters) seems more like a conversation than writing.