Social networking is a great way to connect with people and learn from their experiences. It can also be a great way to find new clients, but it takes time and patience before you start seeing results. If you’re new to social networking, keep these tips in mind so that you can get the most out of your experience:
Understand your personal brand
Your personal brand is your reputation. It’s what people think about you and how they feel about it. Your personal brand can be built on authenticity, so it’s important to be true to yourself when building it.
Building a strong personal brand means knowing who you are and what makes up your personality: the things that make you happy or sad, the things that excite or depress you, etc., as well as how these qualities translate into social media posts (or not). It also requires being open-minded enough so that when someone offers feedback on one of your posts–even if this person isn’t very close to us–we listen closely because we want our followers/following ratio/etc., not just because they’re nice people but because they might have some insight into something new that could help improve our image online!
Finally, once we’ve figured out all those details about ourselves (and maybe even written them down somewhere safe), then comes time management: scheduling posts ahead of time so there aren’t any gaps between updates; keeping track of deadlines using Google Calendar…
Build your network
- Build your network.
- Find people who have the same interests as you, and connect with them!
- Connect with them! Use social media tools like Twitter and Facebook to stay in touch with people you meet at conferences or other events, or even just through friends of friends.
- Keep in touch! It’s easy to forget about