How Do You Manage Your Online Presence?

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How do you manage your online presence? Do you use any software solutions to help you?

I know I’ve talked about this in the past, but it’s always a good reminder to bring up occasionally. I have a LOT of online profiles… in more places than I can remember. Currently, I am using about nine of those daily.

I do have help with my social media, as all of you know. HootSuite saves our bacon: it’s a simple way to schedule and/or send out status messages to multiple networks. Notice – we never send the exact same thing out everywhere. It’s always slightly tailored to the audience and network. There are some networks that HootSuite can’t handle, of course. For those, we end up just logging in manually and keeping yet another tab open all day long.

How do all of YOU manage your online lives? Do you use a solution such as HootSuite, or do you do everything via apps or browser?

How Do You Manage Your Online Presence?

How Many Social Accounts Do You Own?

Franky Juarez asked:

How many different social media accounts do you own/control?


Well. I honestly don’t think I can possibly count them – or even remember them. Due to the branding that goes along with my name, I sign up for most everything, just so that my name/brand name is “taken.” I obviously don’t always fill in the profiles or ever use each of these services. But I DO have a whole freaking ton of these floating around.

What am I using regularly would have been a better question – at least, one I could more easily answer!

What about all of YOU? How many different social profiles do you have?

How Many Social Accounts Do You Own?

What is the Biggest Impact of Social Media?

Christopher Bryan Lencioni had a fabulous question:

Name, in your opinions, one of the best cultural impacts of Social Media as well as one of the worst.

Certainly, “social” has brought us closer together; we should realize that each of us is not alone. People are the best part of “social.” Think about it: we’re connected to the entire world! There’s just no way we could do this without social media.

Unfortunately, however, jackasses who believe that the world revolves around their own social accounts and perspective still exist. People are the worst part of “social.” I get quite tired of these people. Entitlement – you don’t have it!!

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