Blogging and building a social media following (for my business) has helped me recognize what’s vital for sustainability and growth. I thought I’d share for those that are new to it, feel stagnate or simply lack confidence or direction in navigating the socialsphere: Consistency. Whether you commit to once a day, once a week or […]Read more "week 35|2017: 9 rules of blogging and online sociability"
Stars sun and moon Blackberry galaxy and iPhone Dad is playing video games Mother is listening to her new tunes Grandma is in the nursing home So kids are watching a cartoon Gps tracking and drones Instagram Facebook and iTunes Technology took our relations away Only friend we need is a cellphone Yaz 2016 thefallingthoughts […]Read more "the only friend we need"
I’ve been blogging for about a year and a half now. And one thing has become pretty obvious. The blogging community is not only different than social media, but it is also better. Here’s why: Bloggers are readers. Most writers are. I’m willing to bet almost anything that no matter how many WordPress bloggers you […] […]Read more "week 44 || 2016: Blogging Over Everything!"
There are several things I loathe about Facebook. Firstly, that it has become an alternate form of reality, where people can craft and control their public perception in contradiction of their truth selves. The time people spend contriving their facade via Facebook is akin to the time politicians spend campaigning to convince us to vote […]Read more "Social Criminal Defense Attorneys [a reblog]"
Ask questions. Do some research. Form your own conclusions. Beware of the zombies. Think. Unplug every once and a while. Information overload is causing people to follow the herd and no longer take the time to completely analyze the facts before forming a conclusion. Gazillions of photos and excerpts of data are sent out daily […]Read more "they can’t put anything on the internet that isn’t true"