Ever wondered which social media you should be on? I believe that you should be where your audience is. This article on Rachel Thompson’s blog helps you understand the differences and the purposes behind the various choices.
In my new series on answering YOUR questions, Morgan Dragonwillow asks: If you could be only on one, Facebook or Twitter, which would you choose and why?
Well, it all depends on what your goal is. Want to build relationships AND improve your overall SEO (Search Engine Optimization)? Twitter. Want to build relationships but are not all that concerned about SEO? Facebook.
Just to make your head explode, I’ll throw in a teeny tiny bit about Google+ and why it still matters. And to really frustrate you, I’ll tell you that you can’t be on only one social media channel, because guess what? Your reader base isn’t in only one place. So unfortunately, the question (though great! So thank you for asking, Morgan), is inherently flawed, but I’ll do my best to answer it from my perspective. I won’t even go into Instagram and Pinterest (both of which I love), but you can read more about Instagram here, and Pinterest here and here, specifically for authors.
Think you can’t do it all? I say you can! I’ll explain how and give you tips, too.
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