How To Know Which Social Media Platform to Use for Business

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Back in the day, the only social media platform one might use for business was Facebook. No, I actually take that back. There was Myspace! However, I don’t think many people thought of it as a platform to grow one’s brand. But today, there are countless!

So — how would you even start to consider which one is best for YOUR biz?

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How To Know Which Social Media Platform to Use for Business

Now, unless you’re totally green to social media, I honestly think you might already have an idea which platform will get the most traction for your business.

Regardless, though, today’s blog will give you a very brief overview. 

Instagram / TikTok

If your thing is creating short-form video, then you must be on Instagram and TikTok. It doesn’t make any sense to not use both — because you get two for one! As an example, create your content for one, screen record it and then post it to the other.

Personally, I think anyone who has a strong niche should find ways to utilize both of these platforms.


If your product or business is something that focuses on…

  • common missions
  • community
  • shared interests
  • hobbies
  • problems

or if you’re an expert…

Then yeah, it really makes sense for you to have a Facebook. Specifically, Facebook groups.


This platform would be best for you if your product/service is something that translates much easier through static images. Like, photos of:

  • clothing 
  • graphics
  • tips
  • recipes
  • DIY
  • tutorials
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If you have a personality — as in, it’s part of what makes you unique, attracts people to you and you’re good on camera — and you teach (i.e., an expert or trying to be), then you must consider YouTube.

I should also mention, if creating long-form videos and tackling a YouTube channel just sounds too daunting, but you are using Instagram and TikTok, then you should be using YouTube shorts! 

Pro tip: Whatever you’re creating for IG and TikTok, should be repurposed to YT Shorts.

Podcast/ LinkedIn

If what it is you teach or sell or talk about is long-form, but doesn’t necessarily require a video to go with it (and/or the thought of being on camera freaks you out), these platforms are great avenues for you!

For so much more related to this topic, like:

  • Why it’s important to be realistic about your bandwidth
  • How to find experts you can trust
  • What I use my IG feed for
  • Why/how there are seasons in business

Then, you must check out this episode of Build Your Tribe:






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