Once you get rolling with a whole bunch of social networking sites, you’ll quickly realize it becomes a noisy environment. Not only is there your own chatter to organize, but you now have the chatter of dozens, hundreds or possibly thousands of online friends to sort through.
Before you start closing accounts on your social networking sites, try signing up for one more instead. This one’s sole purpose is to help you channel the chaos you’re engaged in but it does more than that – it gives you yet one more opportunity to showcase your expertise to the demographic you’re targeting.
On FriendFeed, you’re going to streamline the conversations into one place – and let others grab the streamlined mass of information you’re developing on all of the social networks you’re involved in.
So instead of going to Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and other places to find out what you’re teaching, your audience can go to FriendFeed and get all of your information in one convenient place.
Instead of hopping onto Twitter to see a conversation unfold, you go to FriendFeed and participate right there. And the conversation on FriendFeed isn’t limited by character count, either.
And you can organize your online chatter of friends, customers and business associates at FriendFeed, too. It won’t all be lumped together. You can create lists for separate purposes. And you can create groups and play host or hostess of these sessions as well.
FriendFeed lightens your load, so while it may seem like just another web 2.0 place you have to learn about – it’s really one that’s going to make your online socialization efforts much easier.