Here is an excerpt from the MakeUseOf.com post 20 Tips to Manage Your Online Social Life — Part 2 as a follow-up to my previous post on the subject:
“…11. Use Your Mobile for Social Updates
If you spend a lot of time with your mobile phone, use applications that interface with multiple networks…
12. Engage and Participate
Are you sharing a lot of content in your blog posts, photos, videos, and bookmarks, but not receiving many comments, ratings or feedback?
Sometimes we get so caught up in our ‘create/discover-post-share’ routine that we forget to listen, view, comment and rate others’ posts….
13. Use an Aggregator
Choose an aggregator service that supports your favorite networks. Use only one service and make sure your content is not being pushed twice…
14. Unleash the Power of Feeds
15. Create a Portable Online Identity
If you have signed up with a lot of sites and services, letting people find you on all of them can be a daunting task…
16. Merge Your Social Media
Your social media (photos, status, bookmarks, etc.) lies scattered across different websites. It is not easy to share a single URL that encapsulates all your social media together. There are some services that aim to help you do just that…
17. Auto Sync Your Profile
Want to change your profile picture across several networks at once? Atomkeep helps you keep your profiles in sync across 23 social networks as well as cool stuff like keeping your resumes in sync across job sites.
18. Use Dashboards
Dashboards let you view and update statuses in real-time across multiple networks. Since Twitter is the de-facto real-time service, all dashboard applications are centered around Twitter. TweetDeck and Seesmic Desktop are popular desktop clients that also let you view and update Facebook status feeds…
19. Manage Your Reputation
Social Networks are powerful. Whether you are an individual or a business, you should track your reputation by what people are saying about you. The viral nature of social networks can cause reputations to swing very fast…
20. Live the Real Life!
Social media and networking can get very addictive. Remind yourself to take adequate breaks from your online social life, and spend time offline with your real-life friends and family…”