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  1. 1. Social Media 101: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Barbara O’Neill @moneytalk1 https://www.moneytalkbmo.com/
  2. 2. What Types of Social Media Do YOU Use?  Have you tweeted?  Do you have a blog?  Do you use Facebook?  Are you LinkedIn?  Other (e.g., Instagram, TikTok)?
  3. 3. 3 Why Social Media? IF FACEBOOK were a country, it would be the largest country in the world. There are more Facebook users than there are people in any country. ≈ 2.6 Billion active monthly FB users (vs. ≈1.4b residents of China and ≈1.35b residents of India and ≈331 million U.S. residents ) The world’s second most popular search engine is YOUTUBE. YouTube is owned by #1 search engine GOOGLE There are ≈ 192 million daily active users on TWITTER in 2021. https://www.oberlo.com/blog/twitter-statistics https://www.statista.com/statistics/268136/top-15- countries-based-on-number-of-facebook-users/
  4. 4. My Street Cred  Twitter user since 2009 (early adopter)  Former professor at Rutgers University  Currently a full-time entrepreneur  Use Twitter for business 95%+ of the time  In top 1.5% of Twitter users worldwide (~3,850 followers)  Facebook user for 10+ years; mix of personal and business use  Have a LinkedIn all-star rating (optimized profile)
  5. 5. Why Do YOU Want to Use Social Media?  Stay connected with friends and family  Get national news for free  Stay connected locally (e.g., Ocala, Stone Creek)  Promote a brand/ business or get a job  Learn new things  Follow people who you respect  Share your opinions  Other reasons?
  6. 6. Develop a Social Media “Game Plan”  Platforms for professional use only?  Platforms for personal use only?  Personal and professional use? (one account or two?)  “Off Limits” content (e.g., politics, controversial topics)  Having a “game plan” (a.k.a., “guardrails”) will help you determine what (and what not) to read and share online…. and to stay in your lane
  7. 7. My Guardrails  Positive words  Pretty pictures  Useful information and links  “Barbservations”  No controversial topics  No politics  No shaming and blaming
  8. 8. What are YOUR “Guardrails”? Volunteers to share your thoughts?
  9. 9. Good Rule of the Road: Don’t post anything that you would not say to someone F2F or write in a newspaper letter to the editor!
  10. 10. Visuals Increase Engagement by “Slowing People Down”
  11. 11. Types of Social Media Visuals 1. Stock images 2. Personal photos 3. Hand drawn sketches 4. Grayed out images 5. Paint graphics 6. Canva graphics 7. PowerPoint jpeg images 8. Bitmojis 9. Photo collages 10. Charts, tables, and infographics 11. GIFs (video) (https://giphy.com/categories) 12. Memes (https://imgflip.com/memegenerator)
  12. 12. Social Media Photo Collages
  13. 13. Twitter 101 Log on to www.twitter.com Determine your username and password Let your mission statement drive your user name Examples:  Business name  Favorite hobby/passion  Name or nick name Also determine a graphic image Examples:  Personal or family photo  Logo  Graphic image
  14. 14. Twitter Profile
  15. 15. Twitter Profile Tips  Use your real name  Use a high-quality photo  Use a high-quality header image (1,500 px x 1,500 px)  Include credentials  Tell prospective followers who you are and what you do in 160 characters or less  Include a URL to your blog or website  Tweak and update as needed
  16. 16. You Have 280 Characters to Say Something The circle fills in blue as the number of characters increases; turns gold when you exceed the limit
  17. 17. Tweet Length  Typical tweet length is less than 50 characters even with 2018 increase from 140 characters to 280: https://www.theverge.com/2018/2/8/16990308/twitter- 280-character-tweet-length  If you “run long,” substitute and smush to save characters  4 for “for” and 2 for “to” or “too”  #creditcards  You can also create Twitter threads: https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/create-a- thread
  18. 18. Hashtags Are a Data Magnet  Choose hashtags mindfully  People search hashtags for content (like a key word)  See #Explore for searches and to see trending hashtags  Frequently used hashtags pop up automatically (just click)  Hashtag words are frequently smushed together (e.g., #financialeducation, #creditcards, and #AshWednesday)  Don’t overuse hashtags in a tweet (e.g., every other word)
  19. 19. Notifications Likes, Retweets, New Followers, Mentions, Direct Messages
  20. 20. Messages (DMs)
  21. 21. Monitor and Schedule Tweets With Hootsuite
  22. 22. Hootsuite Publisher
  23. 23. Facebook 101 Log on to www.facebook.com Determine your username and password; write them down in your digital assets inventory: https://njaes.rutgers.edu/money/pdfs/Digital -Assets-Worksheet.pdf Write a short bio and complete your profile, as comfortable (e.g., job. education, home town, current city, website; some profile info can be public or not, depending on what you select) Also, select two graphic images: cover photo (big header) and profile photo (small photo) that is also the “icon” for your tweets Examples of profile images:  Personal or family photo  Logo  Graphic images
  24. 24. Pros and Cons of Facebook Pros  FREE way to promote a book and/or business and sell things  Source of daily news  Stay connected with colleagues and friends  Repository for your photos  View a variety of opinions  Keeps a “journal” of your life  Can connect people to help one another Cons  Time-use concerns: FB can suck up hours of time  “Over-sharing” concerns  Mental health/anxiety concerns  Privacy concerns via photos and tagged messages  Targeted advertising based on profile and uploads  Can connect people to do bad things Source: https://itstillworks.com/list-pros- cons-having-facebook-account-3905.html
  25. 25. Posting FB Messages FB Post Limit: 63,206 characters FB Username character limit: 50 characters
  26. 26. Editing FB Messages
  27. 27. Facebook Friends
  28. 28. Accepting FB Friend Requests  Do you know the person?  What is his/her relationship to you (e.g., family member, boss, friend)?  Do you have things in common?  Is he/she a positive person in real life?
  29. 29. Community Engagement Features: Like, Comment, Share Like Love Care Ha Ha Wow! Sad Angry
  30. 30. Notifications  Engagement reactions (e.g., likes and comments on your posts)  Mentions in a FB friend’s comments  Live news reports (if you follow media)  New posts in a group you belong to  New photos added by friends  FB friend birthday notifications  New FB friend requests  Invitations to join FB groups
  31. 31. Facebook Groups  You get invited to join by someone or ask to join a group  Site administrators let you in…or not  FB groups have ground rules (e.g., “no selling” or “no politics”)  Group and admins enforce group rules
  32. 32. Fun and Help With Facebook Groups https://www.bigcommerce. com/ecommerce- answers/what-are-facebook- groups/
  33. 33. Facebook Messenger  Messaging app platform developed by Facebook in 2011  Can message individuals or a group  Automatically comes with a Facebook account  Can turn “Active Status” on (or off) to indicate that you are online (green dot)  Can send messages and photos and more  Can be used positively for timely and helpful information sharing  Can be used negatively (e.g., 1/6/21 Capital Building siege): https://gizmodo.com/fbi-says-far-right-militia- used-facebook-messenger-to-c-1846121970
  34. 34. Facebook Marketplace
  35. 35. LinkedIn 101  Go to https://www.linkedin.com/  Set up a unique username and password and start account  Search for/invite connections  Locate the “Start a Post” box and post content (3,000 character limit)
  36. 36. Is LinkedIn Important? Source: NextGen Personal Finance webinar, May 2021
  37. 37. LinkedIn Sample Home Page and Profile
  38. 38. Customize Your LinkedIn URL  Example: https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbaraoneillmoneytalk/  Looks more professional than a random string of numbers Two Easy Steps:  Click on “Edit Public Profile and URL”  Enter a customized URL (NO spaces, symbols, or special characters); if the URL is already “taken,” you will be prompted to retry with a new name.
  39. 39. Aim for 500+ LinkedIn Connections- It Shows You Are a “Serious Player”
  40. 40. How to Stand Out on LinkedIn  Professional high resolution headshot and background banner photo  Eye-catching headline below your name  Interesting career summary (about 1,000 characters- not 2,600)  Details about education and career experience  Customized URL  500+ connections  Recommendations and skill endorsements  Regular activity (at least 3 times a week)  All-Star profile rating from LinkedIn
  41. 41. Final Thoughts  Know why you are using social media and have “guardrails”  Start small (10-15 minutes per day)  “Lurk” without posting content for as long as you want  Post content if/when you are ready  Build your skills, confidence, and network
  42. 42. Questions? Comments? Experiences? You can follow me on Twitter @moneytalk1