Managing Work Flow In Social Media
One of the questions I get asked most often is how I find the time to manage so many social media profiles for myself and still have time to write and help my clients. The answer is in my tool set, and a bit of time management and planning.
I have an arsenal of tools I use, such as Ping.fm and Evernote, to help me keep pace with all of the places in the social media world that I am connected with. I also focus the bulk of my attention on a few core social media sites, like Twitter, that I have determined to have the most value for me.
By focusing on a few sites, having an arsenal of tools that I know inside and out to help me manage these sites and others, and by planning my time wisely, I am able to keep up with the fast paced world of social media and still get my work done each day.
If you would like to hear what my tools are and how I use them, as well as get some concrete advice on how to create your own tool set, stop by The Grog in Newburyport next Thursday (10/23) at 7PM. I’ll be presenting a short talk on Managing Work Flow in Social Media to the North Shore Web Geeks at their monthly meeting. All are welcome.