If you are not using Social Media Marketing as a way of driving traffic to your website, it is something worth starting right away. Many of the social networks cater for companies and businesses nowadays and it is another part of working at home that can be done right from your sofa.
A List of Social Networking Sites that you can use for Business
With over 800 million active users, you cannot afford to not be using Facebook. As well as your personal profile from which you can join groups relevant to your niche, you can also create a business page. Read my article ‘Facebook for Business Owners’
A micro-blogging social media site with an estimated 300 million users. Posts are short and to the point with 140 characters long.
#Hashtags can be used to organize topics. Find me here: @suzannessmithb
Introduced in 2011 for personal use and soon after this, was opened up to brands. Some of the features of Google+ include: Circles, Hangouts, Messenger, Instant Upload, Hashtags, groups and more. Here is my business page.
This is a site designed specifically for social networking within the business community. There are options to create a business profile and a list of current projects. You can also create a Business and a Showcase page.
This is a microblogging platform and social networking website that allows you to post images, text, links, video and audio. You can follow, like and re-blog others posts. There is also an option to include tags.
This is a social bookmarking and rating site. It is one of the best traffic generators of the social media sites. The aim is to build a following and share content. It allows you to submit webpages, follow and interests, browse popular trending posts, photos and videos and create lists of pages you like.
This is a free video sharing website where you can watch online videos. You can create and upload your own videos to share with others. YouTube also allows you to create channels and video playlists. Users subscribe to channels and have the ability to comment, like and dislike content.
This is a social news networking service where registered members can submit content, such as text posts or direct links, making it essentially an online bulletin board system. Content is categorized into topics called subreddits. Users subscribe to these subreddits and vote content up or down.
This is a social networking app made for sharing photos and videos from a smartphone or tablet. Stuff is shared on the app but can also be shared across a variety of other social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Flickr.
Social Media Image Sizes 2017
This is a great piece of information created by makeawebsitehub.com. It show the current sizes that will help you create great images for your social network profiles.