How To Make A Good First Impression With Your Online Dating Profile

How many of you have only 1 Social Media profile? […crickets]. Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Digg, StumbleUpon, and I am running out of space here. If you have multiple Social Media profiles, updating all of them can be a arduous and time consuming task. Luckily, there are several tools that can help you with grouping some of those updating tasks into a single post. We thought it would be informative to gather a list of such websites and present them to you.

Recently, in my job, we discovered that one of the senior managers was using Facebook while she was at meetings. She didn’t know how to set the privacy settings on her Facebook wall, and everyone could see everything. Everyone could tell that she was playing games on her BlackBerry while she should have been paying attention in a meeting. That could be reason enough for her to lose her job.

Our first objective is to add the application ‘Custom profile Box’. This application will create an element that we can fill with arbitrary content. We will later fill this element with our page link Fan Badge, and then move it to our look at my profile sidebar.

Stay professional. social media can be very, very casual, and while you don’t have to act like a stuffed shirt, remember that you are representing your company and not just yourself. If you want to post about your lunch plans and what your cat does on Thursdays, keep those posts for your private social media profiles. For your profiles connected to your company, stay professional, polite, appropriate and relevant.

You’ve made it this far, one more won’t hurt! Google+ is the newest social network and obtained 20 million users faster than any other social media profiles media network. This network is different than the other three and is very forward thinking and user friendly. Google+ is currently only allowing profiles of people, not businesses.

So you’ve logged into Twitter and there are tons of unread and possibly unwanted tweets. You then go to your blog, you’ve got an enormous amount of comments and not sure what to do with them, either. And, then on Facebook you’ve got comments from people you don’t know and they aren’t saying anything important. What do I do now? The solution is to grab a tool to filter it. Two tools that come in handy, if you’re having this problem, is Cadmus and Nsyght. Cadmus helps filter out tweets that are important to your niche whereas Nsyght will search out important info from your network, much like a search engine, but only using your network. They are fabulous.

Many people start using social media, but then they stop using it because they’re not seeing the results they had hoped. By using the techniques described above, you can create a plan of action, track your results and monetize your passion.