You have a Facebook page, Twitter account, and LinkedIn profile and company page – and you actively use all of them. But have you considered expanding to niche social media networks to really micro-target your audience?
Here are 13 of the most popular niche social media hangouts, which probably includes some you may not have heard of yet:
Reddit is a social news site where users submit content and vote for the best–and worst–submissions.
Tumblr is a microblogging platform that allows users to post and share text, images, videos, links and more.
Keek is a social network that allows users to share status updates by posting videos, rather than simply using text.
Freezecrowd is a social platform for sharing photos, allowing users to comment and tag to encourage conversation.
HelpAroundTown is a localized job board where the community can find and post all sorts of jobs.
Food Genius is a hub where users rate dishes at restaurants and recommend favorite fare to others in the community.
TaskRabbit is a location-based network for finding people to help you with routine tasks, as well as a space to advertise your services to others.
Foodily is a space for foodies to share favorite recipes and discover new ones.
Pinterest allows users to create a pinboard for their favorite things they find online.
Snapette is a social networking community for fashionistas to share photos of the latest shoes and handbags.
Jig allows its community to ask and answer questions about various topics.
Miso is a network for users to socialize around their favorite TV shows.
Care2 focuses on green living and is a great network for reaching this audience.