December 30th, 2008 by Bob Bly
I am convinced (though I don’t do it myself) that social networking has value.
But what no social networking expert has come up with yet (in my opinion) is a plan to make social networking manageable, so it delivers a higher ROTI (return on time invested).
Maybe together we can come up with such a plan on this blog, if you would be kind enough to post answers to 2 questions I have:
1. How much time per day (or per week) do you spend on social networking to make it really deliver positive results for you?
2. There are so many alternatives for social networking (e.g., Twitter, Squidoo, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.). What is your favorite (or maybe your top 2-3) and what is the best way to use it?
My goal is to come up with a definitive, step-by-step plan to marketing and promotion with social networking — something like “Social Networking Success in Just 21 Minutes a Day.”
(Of course you can read the results free here.)
Can we do it?
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