Infographic: Social Media Networking Site Cheat Sheet

Do you know your Twitter from your Facebook? Your Google+ from your Tumblr? Designed for small businesses, the “cheat sheet” below might still be useful to anyone trying to get familiar with some of the social media networking sites out there.

The infographic is from the folks at Flowtown and provides some basic tips, lingo and relative audience size for various social networking sites, though Pinterest was too new to be included, apparently:

Want the infographic for yourself? You’ll find it here: The Small Business Social Media Cheat Sheet

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  • Woody Born To Be

    Good Article

  • Ken Savage

    This is a great infographic to share with coworkers who want to know what social media websites they should participate in. Thx

  • Anonymous

     Great infographic, going to share this!

  • Tracy Dempsey

    Mostly great –  but it’s incorrect in one point: It’s not true that you need to create a personal profile to create a page on Facebook. You can’t use a personal profile for business, it does have to be a page – but you can create a business account used only for maintaining pages/ads, if you don’t ever want to use a personal profile. You can’t maintain more than one account so it’s a definite either-or – but you do have 2 options, not 1. Useful for people who don’t want any personal info on Facebook whatsoever.

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