Which social media do you use more, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace or other ones?
And for what purpose?
Facebook...But ever since I discovered the hubpages am spending more time on reading and writing hubs
I use Facebook & Twitter the most but I do use Youtube and a couple of revenue sharing website forums sometime as a form of social media. OH!!! In the past month I've been addicted to Pinterest and so are my friends. I love Pinterest.
I prefer Twitter by far. I never got into MySpace and Facebook is too cluttered with junk posts.
Never used Myspace. Never really liked its style. I peek at Facebook daily just to see what's up with friends and family. I use twitter a lot. It is my primary means now of collecting news.
I love #Twitter and it has been a daily routine for checking news, arts, science, politics, etc. I've written numerous tutorials on HP why I love Twitter. FaceBook is a chore, but a necessity to keep up with activities and have written about the ups and downs of FaceBook. I never go to MySpace these days. People keep following on Pinterest, but I don't spend time there or on Google+ either. Hubpages as a social network and author site comes in and out of my life depending upon available time. I do love this network. I'm also on Blip.fm when I want to listen to music and heart tunes that others introduce to me.
I try to visit Facebook daily. However, I use Twitter more often than that. I also am a fan of Tumblr--I am on that site daily, also. I haven't used Myspace much, but that might change if the new improvements make it worthwhile.
I use LinkedIn - LinkedIn is a social networking sites for professionals. It gives you the opportunity to connect with a company or a person within that company directly - like never before.
by Audrey Hunt 5 years ago
Do you use social media to bring traffic to your hubs? What are your favorites?
by alexandriaruthk 7 years ago
Are you a member of any social media, like Twitter, Myspace, LinkedIn and Facebook?For what purpose? Is it achieving the purpose it is intended for?
by Janis Leslie Evans 6 years ago
If we pump up our use of social media, i.e., marketing our articles more, will it help increase our traffic much? Or won't it make much difference because we are more dependent upon organic traffic? Something tells me we might have to wait out this drought. What say you?
by Jennifer B 3 years ago
A few years back when I did Examiner.com, the writers were always talking about where is the best places to promote our work. I feel like once you use all your social media accounts, hit up any forums related to your topic, reddit, and network with people you know, you're really out of places...
by Jake Frost 8 years ago
Which social networking site do you use the most?
by Jennifer Pena 9 years ago
Which social media website do you like the most myspace,facebook, or twitter?
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