You’ll want to read this full article as it has some excellent tidbits many of which I didn’t even know about. It is titled “Lesser Known Secrets for Better Social Media Results” at the Search Engine Journal.
Here are a few of the secrets that I liked best from the article and some of my own.
1. Start a tweet with .@somename and the update will appear publicly in all your streams and your friend’s you are talking to not just in the feed of your followers and in the feed of the other person’s followers as well. Who knew! .@ you will be my next update.
2. Try to use only one or two hashtags in a tweet. Too many starts to look like spam. We tell our writers try to stick with one.
3. On Facebook have your images for your wall be at least 403 pixels wide by 403 pixels tall. If you are using your smartphone, check your image size settings so you aren’t sending a small photo. Not only will they look better, but when you feature the photo on your page it will not be blurry.
4. Did you know that Pinterst allows the use of hashtags in the description box? Use them wisely and to your benefit.
5. Spend your time in Google+ Communities. Your updates there will be posted to your personal profile and you’ll have more interaction and fun. Personally I have really built up my circle numbers by creating a community and moderating it.
6. In Google+ don’t use the @personname use +personname. Although Google may understand the @ you’ll see that others are using the +.
Make sure to read the article as there may be more great tips you can glean for your own use.