Social Networks play very important roles in current Internet world. From Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Linkedin, these giant social player, to Pinterest, Path, Intagram, Foursquare, smaller networks.
All I want to do today, is to make a plan. Be an active users in above social networks.
Frankly speaking, I am a heavy user of Twitter. There is a small Chrome window staying at the second monitor.
I have 608 followers right now. Here is a tool can track the changes of your followers.
Another tool is call, which can tell you who isn’t following you back.
It is kind easy, when I check the people who I am not follow back, I can follow them. I can also take certain action to those does not follow back to me.
Regarding Facebook, I spend a lot of time on it. Social and Games.
Game is also part of social. My Facebook page of David Yin’s Blog. It is another way to get more people to follow me.
Google is not good at Social network. It failed many times. But, it looks it is serious this time.
I will try to use Google Plus as my third social network tool. Hope it can attract new audience here.

Pinterest is a pin board of interesting pictures. I like to send some pictures on it. And pinit, if I found something funny, or cool.
Path is a social networking-enabled photo sharing and messaging service for mobile devices. From desktop, I can sign in to update my profile only. It works on cellphone. I took the picture by my cell, and post it right away.
Instagram – Capture and Share the World’s Moments. Instagram is a fast, beautiful and fun way to share your life with friends and family. One more tool to connect with my friends.

Foursquare helps you and your friends find great places and make the most of your visits. Get personalized recommendations, search for what you’re craving. It is a good place, when I go to a new place.
The Active plan is as below:
Add New following 10 in total.
Make 20 new actions, including writing, post a picture, like someone’s news, etc.
It is minimum. Most of time, I did more than that. I like to share my stuff and enjoy it.

David Yin

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