Social Media Resources

The days of 'build it and they will come' are, sadly, long over. Today you have to go where your customers are and so, increasingly, that means getting your business on social media. Quite the daunting task if you're new to the world of social media, and quite the daunting task even if you're not. Thankfully however there are loads of great social media tools and resources to help you navigate the choppy waters of the ever-changing social media pond...


General Social Media Tools

General Social Media tools and resources...
Whatever your social media weapon of choice is, these general social media tools and resources will help you leverage your time and efforts to get the most from your social medai campaigns...
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Facebook Tools

Facebook tools and resources...
Tools and resources to help you get the most from your social media campaigns on Facebook, the world's largetst social media site...
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Twitter Tools

Tools and resources for Twitter...
Here are some of the top Twitter tools and resourcs used by Twitter experts and those who know the Twitter platform inside and out...
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Instagram Tools

Getting the most out of Instagram...
Use these tools and resources to help you master Instagram, currently the social media focus of the 'millenial' generation...
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Pinterest

Use these tools and resources for Pinterest efficiency...
Ensure your Pinterest businesss activities are streamlined and scalable with these very helpful Pinterest tools and resources...
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YouTube Tools

Resources to get the most out of your YouTube channel...
If YouTube is a part of your online business empire (and it should be), you'll need to be aware of these great YouTube tools and reources...
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Final thought: When you dive into the world of social media don't lose track of your core business. By all means use social media as a way to promote your brand, enhance your reputation or get your message out - but at the end of the day you want to get those visitors back to your site, back to your business, back to your channel. Use Facebook, for example, to generate business, but don't do business ON Facebook, do it on your site where you control the platform. If you do all your business ON Facebook and then Facebook decides to change the rules (as they do often) you could find your business suffering.