I want to get a large presence on the web but I don't have the time.
There are so many tools you can use to spread across the web and join networks that will build your business presence. But how do we manage all the different platforms for meeting, discussing and educating our potential customers on what our business' are all about?
Let's tackle the big 4 first:
A blog - blogs are a more formal way of creating discussion and interest and is usually where your content starts. Once everything is connected you should only ever have to spread content through the web by posting on your blog. To do this you need to install plug ins to forward your content on and post it on your behalf.
LinkedIn - asks for your website and your blog. If you are using a popular blogging platform like wordpress you can integrate your blog right into your LinkedIn profile (look up my LinkedIn profile if you want an example) you can also post to twitter from LinkedIn in your settings menu.
Facebook - can be posted to by a number of different platforms, almost all new networking sites integrate with FaceBook and the ones that don't won't be around for very long. FaceBook also has the ability to forward posts onto twitter.
Twitter - For me this is where the content stops. Some of you might now how to forward from twitter to other platforms but you want to create a web, not a loop - that would just be annoying.
If you have examples of how you make the best of your time by integrating social media platforms please let us know on the comment section below.