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I appreciate this article. I wish more in the SEO industry were so forward thinking about social media. Social is still being treated as an afterthought, even in some professional circles. It is very frustrating to try and explain the importance of social media to clients who have difficulty grasping traditional SEO. I hope that more articles are written about the importance of social signals and maintaining social channels in SEO, kudos!
As far as the number of networks is concerned, I think you both make good points. It is wise to find out where your audience is and focus the majority of your time on those channels. However, it is also important to stay on top of upcoming trends and technology in an industry that changes so frequenlty.
I think there is some confusion because when you say to be on all social channels, a lot of people may conjure up visions of abandoned profiles. (That was my first thought when I read it.) While it is good to diversify if you have the time, I don't think anyone would recommend having more social profiles than you can maintain.