I now have to decide something. Do I stick to Twitter updates? Or do I start to use Facebook as a means of updates? Well, I’ll probably stick to both. I’ve made some decent progress on Twitter, so it would be a waste to just stop using it. But I will use both social media networks.
I won’t be putting full blog posts on my page, but I will be able to expand on some of my thoughts and feelings which I can’t do on Twitter due to the 140 character limitation. I may also be able to be a bit more honest on there. I’m hoping a few industry peers will add me as a friend, and it’s unlikely any customers will do the same, so I may be able to be a bit more frank than I am on here.
My Facebook page is: www.facebook.com/glazingblogger
>In my opinion, you should have your Facebook posts update on Twitter, but NOT have your Twitter update on your Facebook. The reason I say that is that something like: "@ExampleTwitterAccount LOL" looks kind of silly as a Facebook Status update, where it is a perfectly normal Twitter update. However, when you have a Facebook update and it posts to Twitter, you might get more exposure to read your article/Facebook page. Make sense? Just my humble opinion and unsolicited advice. :)
>At the minute I'm using TweetDeck to update both, I'll do it your way and see how it works out! All opinions are welcome though!