To be honest, I have had my share of “dos” in the past, and a “don’t” in the past. But I have found that social media has actually helped me as a writer to be more aware of my own words and actions and to be more deliberate when creating my own content. A perfect example of this is when I created an Instagram account called “The Last Chance to Write”.
Facebook is a massive social network. I have my own Instagram account called The Last Chance because of this, but I have had more than one post dedicated to me. I have also created a Facebook page called Facebook Like. It has a pretty decent handle, but it’s not very convincing.
This is a good point. The point is that you don’t have to be as “polished” as a social media site to be effective. It is a good idea to get into the habit of using it and the habit of making posts that are engaging in the first place. This is why I like to use hashtags.
I use hashtags on my Twitter because I find them to be very effective. I use them on my Instagram as well because I think they help my posts gain attention. I also use them on my Facebook page because I think it can help with the visual appeal. It’s also a great way to show off your personality.
If you don’t use hashtags, you’re not going to really be very successful, you’ve just created a link to your page, which is what the search engines are going to find. For the same reason, you should make your posts as brief as you possibly can.
There are a lot of social media guidelines out there, but here are some of the dos and don’ts of using them.
How much does it take to get them to link to a page? You can get them to link directly to your page, but you want them to link to your site on your own page.
If it’s worth it, you want the links to your site to be direct to your page. But there are a lot of guidelines out there to make the process easier, so be sure to follow them.
Well, if your posts are worth linking to, people will likely link to them. But if you don’t know how to use social media correctly, people might not be interested in your posts. In other words I would say be very careful with who you share links to on these sites. If you don’t know how to do this, you’re probably better off not linking to Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.
Social media is a wonderful medium to share information and connect with other people. But it also has a few pitfalls for the uninitiated. Here are some of the basics you should know about when sharing information on social media.