Blogging groups- some bloggers swear by them, some have never been in one before. They can five people or five thousand people, could be organised around a theme, a goal, or even an area. Some are easily found and some are harder to find than Fight Club. No matter what kind of blogging group it is, I’ve found that the way to approach them doesn’t change. These are five biggest things that I’ve learned from the blogging groups that I’ve been in, and I hope that it helps you, too!
I’ve been spending more and more time trying to manage the different social media accounts for the blog, and it’s got me thinking- we all know that each form of social media has it’s own “personality” and type of person who hangs out there…
I realise that I am 8000 years behind the times, but I am slowly still working on my social media for the blog! I realise that everyone has Twitter and Facebook and Snapchat and Instagram and Vine and NoodleScooz for their blog (Gilmore Girls shout out), but instead of flooding everyone, I have been adding one at a time slowly. Continue reading
This is the twenty-first century, so yes- I have Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Goodreads, Steepster, Reddit, Pinterest, Academia, LinkedIn, and this blog. And they all serve different purposes. I have fully embraced social networking. I understand why people shut down different accounts, but I can’t see myself shutting down the top three of mine. I enjoy seeing what people are up to, it motivates me, and makes me excited for those I know and don’t know.
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