I want you to think of each social media profile you create as a landing page for your brand.
This landing page is possibly the first encounter that someone is going to have with your brand, and you will want that first impression to be golden and make the visitor want to know more about you.
So after you have all of your profile filled out, pictures uploaded, and backgrounds designed, the next thing that you will need to take a look at are your privacy settings.
These vary from network to network, but you will want to make sure that the information you would like to be public is viewable.
Here are the 10 elements you need to follow to create a successful social media profile: For a while, I thought that your username, or the name that usually shows up in the URL (such as was extremely important in getting your profile to rank in search results.