A tongue-in-cheek but practical overview

TWITTER – I just went to yoga class

Up to 140 character tweets. Chat and retweets, links, text style language

FACEBOOK – like and share my yoga experience

Conversation, event listings, communities, images, business pages

FOURSQUARE – this is my yoga class address

Maps, find where people/events are happening

YOUTUBE –  watch me doing yoga

Videos with comments by viewers – your virtual TV channel

LINKEDIN –  my skills include teaching yoga

Business only – profiles, groups, short messages

PINTEREST – inspiring yoga images

Images only, subject ‘pinboards’, share

BLOG – my yoga  story

Articles of unlimited length, can include images/videos; comments by readers

INSTAGRAM – selfie of my toes as I do yoga

Photos on the go, your day in images

GOOGLE + – in depth yoga discussions

Groups, community, chat, group video calls

SKYPE – live video yoga class

Free phone or video chat

FORUMS – my opinion on your opinion of yoga

Discussion groups

RSS FEED – regular yoga updates

Really Simple Syndication, click to get updates

HOOTSUITE – single yoga post shared to lots of sites

Set up your posts in advance to multiple sites

WEBSITE – my yoga home

Your central hub, where the links on social media connect with your content.

For more info on Social Media for your business, contact Jen Tiller about
Social Media 101 workshops or personal help sessions.