It’s okay to share the same message across all your social platforms. You will want to customize them for each network though. Twitter is not Facebook. You can post a much longer message at Facebook than you can at Twitter since Twitter is limited to 280 characters (you can add an image to Twitter and not have it count toward that character limit). So don’t think you can just post something at Facebook and then tweet it from there and get the best results.
Here’s an example of a longer Facebook post.
Top 12 Tech Tools for Setting Up Your New Business
There are many online tech tools available for setting up a new business. As a small business owner myself for the past 10 years, I’ve come to rely on several that I recommend. The top 12 I recommend are:
1. Basecamp3 – This is a very simple, web-based, project management tool. You can store files and create task lists with due dates that can be assigned to different team members. You can share folders with clients or not. There is no limit to the number of projects you can create. They offer a free 30-day trial without a credit card needed. This is a tool I use every day and it’s well worth the $29 per month I spend to be able to manage a variety of different projects with my various team members and clients. Read on for the rest of the list: http://ow.ly/6BZy30cQBRy
and the same post as a tweet:
My recommended Top 12 Tech Tools for Setting Up Your New Business include Basecamp 3 and OneDrive. The rest are: http://ow.ly/6BZy30cQBRy