The solution: Post a single message on both networks simultaneously!
Because Twitter messages can only be 140 characters long, pushing short Twitter messages to Facebook makes more sense than doing the opposite.
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Maybe he even checks some news’ website he’s used to and plays some tunes on You Tube. At most, he’s maybe stumbled upon your link somewhere, but Joe is not about to type it – Joe is lazy. You need to be present on the social networks to best connect with your fans.
Now that Twitter is growing at an astounding rate and rounding the mainstream bend, more of our Facebook friends have developed a fancy for Twitter themselves, and it's becoming commonplace to highlight our tweets on our Facebook walls.
If you're new to Twitter, or just haven't followed the Twitter to Facebook trend in recent months, we've found a few quick and easy ways to turn your tweets into status updates.
But this can present a problem: What if we want to send a message out to our followers on Twitter and our friends on Facebook?
Posting on each site manually will get old very, very quickly.