Every tool that social media counts in its arsenal — blogging, podcasting, video blogging, microblogging (Twitter , Posterous ,Tumblr), and all the rest — is a tool equipped to offer you personal power.
Claim your brand name
Verify disponibility for domain name and all social media domains
Setup your Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google+ etc accounts
Cover photos setup, tabs, content, description, integration, etc.
Create a conversion oriented Facebook page
Convert your Facebook visitors into fans, your fans into leads.
Time your tweets
Post tweets at time of maximum audience.
Connect your blog to Facebook, Google+, Twitter, etc.
Integration between blog/website and Social Media Profiles.
Build a following on Twitter
Complete your Twitter page, start following, ask other to follow you.
Have something to say: Creator or Curator
Create or Curate quality and engaging content. Publishing quality content regularly will help future proof the search visibility of your blog or site. If creating such content isn’t possible, then the other option is to curate correlated topical content of your industry.
Start networking on Linkedin
Make contacts, enjoy or create groups, post and complete your profile.
Leave Twitter open in live tabs
“To write better tweets, skip the wordy titles in favor of facts and steal from pop culture for instant recognition and resonance” Snapapp CEO Seth Lieberman
“Sometimes it’s better to inspire others to write about you than to write strictly on your own,” Lieberman explains.
Create contests on Facebook, Pinterest and build up your list.
Post synchronously on the whole social media network periodically
Create good and incitating content and post it on your social media network.
A brand is no longer what we tell the consumer it is – it is what consumers tell each other it is. Scott Cook – Intuit