I have a niece with a Facebook account, and I don’t know how many times I have said to her that it’s really not appropriate to post party pictures or have her friends post party pictures on her wall that are not putting her in the best light possible. I have mentioned this a number of times and, yet, she continues to allow her friends and she herself post pictures of her at drunken parties. This will hurt her in the future, and it will hurt her in the future because more and more people are going to social media in order to find out just who you are.
Let’s start with Twitter with 160 characters max for your bio. Obviously you are going to put that you are a book author (perhaps fiction or nonfiction) and presumably you will have a book website URL for the “more info URL” field in your profile. What else are you going to say in those 160 characters? That depends.
Will We Have A Good Time? Most people want their dates to be fun. They’re into having a great time. Therefore, most people at this point will look at your profile and wonder if you’re even any fun. You can maximize on this mental process by including profile photos that show you laughing or otherwise having a great time. You can also include a unique and fun date idea in your Perfect Date section. If you’re a fun person, it should come out in your comment on my post. If you’re not and you want to be, this is how you go about it. With a little practice, you’ll have all potential matches thinking you’re the most fun person around. Now all you have to do is prove them right on a real life offline date.
The agency you choose should be emphasizing social media as a channel for your content marketing and promotions and an additional way to engage your targeted audience with your great content.
social media profiles media is about conversation and community and relationships. Developing strong relationships does not mean you cannot promote your business, but it does mean you have to listen more than you talk.
Your success depends on you! Greater, achieving success is your responsibility. Nobody is going to give you a platform, you must create one for yourself. Greater than having what you say, you will have only what you do!
More people will see this than will see your resume, so your job search will be well served if you make your LinkedIn profile the best it can be and keep it fresh.