Is it possible to have more than one social media in which to earn income withou

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  1. pattyfloren profile image75
    pattyflorenposted 4 years ago

    Is it possible to have more than one social media in which to earn income without being biased?

    How much time do hubbers devote to earning income and still maintain a presence on other social media sites or does that create bias?

  2. Bretsuki profile image76
    Bretsukiposted 4 years ago


    first the straight answer. Yes you can  have more than one social presence to help you earn income.

    The difficult part is saying how much time you must spend on any one of your social media areas.

    I have been writing, blogging etc. for over five years now. I can spend eight hours per day working on various projects for one outlet or another. I manage this alongside working a thirty hours per week job as well and own an online bookstore.

    I built up on the time that I invest over years. It all takes time and work I did in 2009 still pays me residual income, so non of the work is wasted.

    If you are looking into areas to invest time, Wiley and Sons print a series of books about Social Media, Marketing, Blogging and Online business. Wiley are more famous for tthe "Dummies" series of books which are good resources, but also print the "One Hour a Day" series which are another rich resource that I use.

    Keep things under control though, work on one project at a time, it can take six months to a year to build  a sufficient presence. Limiting yourself to one or two sites at first means that you don't overeach yourself too soon. Once online you really need to stay online. Too much too soon means that some of your sites may get dropped by you which is more damaging than never having created a presence.

    Hope this answer might be helpful to you.

    1. pattyfloren profile image75
      pattyflorenposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for answering.  I will check out those books and see how well I do.

  3. profile image52
    joannaskidmoreposted 4 years ago

    You will always and always have a priority. Depending on which social media you earn or say which one gives you more or bigger opportunity that you will know which should be prioritized. However, prioritizing one social account doesn't necessarily mean biased. You may use both but for different purposes. Learn more from here -


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