I'm curious as to how everyone uses the different forms of social media. Do you have a facebook page for your blog? Do you use twitter? Pinterest? When you post a new post on your blog do you post a link to it on facebook, twitter and pinterest? Does that ever feel redunant to you? Do you post different things on twitter than you do on pinterest?
I use FB, twitter, and pinterest. I think you generally have a different audience in different places. I also try to word it a little different on facebook and twitter-- unless I'm using something that automates it. I was only posting each place once each day. Recently, I've seen suggestions that you need to schedule something on fb and twitter for 3 times each day. I do worry that it could get annoying if I post too much of my own stuff. I don't want to sound like a self-promoter. I try to sometimes share others posts or share a fun fact. What does everyone else think? At what point does it become redundant and self-promoting? Oh, and I also use Google + now which I am FINALLY starting to enjoy!
I have a Facebook page for my blog and I put a link on there whenever I write a post. I'm not really savy- whenever I post on my blog I immediately post it on Google +, FB, twitter and pinterest. I just do it all at once. I will often pin the post at other times to a few different boards. I have found that Sunday afternoon is the most popular time for pins on pinterest. I'm sure this isn't the best schedule but it is what I have time for.
I use Hootsuite to schedule my tweets through out the day. But I recently noticed that they now have auto scheduling- which sends your post I guess when the largest number of your followers are online? I'm not really sure how it works, but it seems like since I started using it, my twitter interactions have really picked up. Maybe it's my imagination?
Ditto what Jackie said, except that I haven't figured out G+, yet! :)
You know what helped me with G+ was having interaction with others. Once my circles got active, I enjoyed it more. We should start using the #weteach on G+, then you can just search for other people who have used it and + their posts. It's supposed to be very good for SEO!
I use Facebook and Pinterest too. Pinterest has pulled a lot of traffic to my site. I've only been posting about once a week on Facebook. I know I should do more, but I struggle with writing something that isn't just a waste of time and space. I need to educate myself more on G+.
Yes I want to figure out G+ too!