Common rhetoric about how to succeed on social media/networking includes something about “engagement”. As an example, I had a recent chat with John Lusher on Twitter about an article that included a headline and statements about engaging in order to increase your Twitter connections. Here’s the chat […]
Well, there he is again.
Sure, I thought he was gone.
I forgot that he is not here
To haunt me;
For the heart of the
Boy on a bicycle
Here’s the next #quest2015 prompt:
Which emotions do you feel most guilty about having? Afraid that others might find out?
How could you spend this year trying to be open to the emotional window that allows you to be courageous?
It rarely feels good right before we do something courageous, but these […]
Here’s the next in my series on “Do This, Not That” for social networking. Be sure to check out the other posts in this series and add your voice by commenting at the end of this post.
Thanks to guest blogger Christine Infanger for this post in the series on “Do This, Not That” for social networks. See her bio at the end of this post. Here are her insights on the delicate balancing act of self-promotion.
Engagement vs. Selling
A critical, and somewhat annoying mistake so many people make on social media, is […]
This is the second in a series of “Do This, Not That” posts regarding social media with special attention to musicians. Click here to read the first post on this subject.
“Support your friends.” It seems like that should go without saying. Unfortunately, this is not […]
This is the first in a series of posts: “Do this, not that” (#DTNT) for musicians (at least) on social media (#SM) or social networking.
Real folk have views
Or even the window
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