So many social media tools, so little time. Sound familiar? It’s an issue many business owners face these days. You know you should be staying on top of all the new tools out there, but between doing client work, prospecting, and maybe once in awhile, having a life, it’s next to impossible. The thing is, you know how important social networks can be to developing your business. Personally, my company has acquired several clients through relationships we’ve built on social networks like Twitter and Facebook. Social media works as a lead generation tool – but it takes time, and effort. So where is the best place to get started? Here are a few ideas that might help you choose.