There are literally hundreds of social media sites out there and while you could easily try to make an appearance on each one at some point in your day, it would never be enough to actually establish you as an expert. However, if you choose just one to really focus on and build up a reputation, youÃ‚Â´ll find that it is far more useful to your business.
You see, social media is just that . . . social. If you want to actually make it work, youÃ‚Â´ll need to get into a site, integrate yourself, participate in the community and make sure to share with others on the site. Most social media networks are very tight knit, with groups of active users doing most of the voting. These people tend to get pretty upset with spammers who just jump in and throw around their own links without adding anything to the community.
By focusing mainly on just one social media site, you can build up a network of friends and be active every day on the site. This adds a huge amount of value to any links you mark and your friends on the network will help you out by voting for your websites and blogs, as well. It just makes a lot of sense to focus on one social media site.