Making Connections that Count with Twitter and LinkedIn

Written by webmaster on August 3rd, 2013

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imagesFrom organizing your social events and obligations to extending the reach of your blog, networking through social media is one of the best avenues you can take to get your message to larger audiences. Social media allows you to reach a far greater audience with a friendlier, more interactive voice. The downside is that since social media is so new, the marketing opportunities presented by it are also very new. There isn’t any “prevailing wisdom” on how to properly utilize and integrate social media advertising, simply because the medium has not been around long enough for such wisdom to be gained. It can be tough to target specific segments of the audience. Trying to establish connections with Arab Twitter followers, for example, may be both confusing and frustrating.

Taking the time to educate yourself about how to make the most of each social media platform will give you an edge in the long run. The best way to get a handle on social media marketing is to make the most of any time and effort you put into it. Trying new approaches often and evaluating what works best for your needs will make a big difference in your success. There are several different initial steps that can be taken, though, that will always be beneficial when you are looking to get instagram followers.

The most useful of the simple solutions is to connect your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.

To link your Facebook account to your Twitter account, follow these simple steps:

• At Facebook, log in to your account.
• Use the search bar to locate the Twitter application.
• Add it to your account.
• Allow the Twitter application to access your account.
• Enter your Twitter log-in information.
• Select the option that allows Twitter to update your status.
• Make sure you’ve made your settings correctly and then click “Allow”.

Associating your LinkedIn account is easy, too:

• Log in to your account.
• Click the Twitter icon located under “Share an Update”.
• Allow and authorize on the resultant pop-up window.
• Enter your Twitter log-in information.
• Select your preferred settings.
• Click “Save settings”.

When you do this, you’ll gain three times the production for your work. You won’t have to rehash everything on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. One post will do it all. And it might even help you find more of those Arab Twitter followers that you’ve been searching for!

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