In a webstory, Stan Stewart asks about the state of social networks. Which one(s) work for you? And what draws you to them?
Because social networking has been a great way to connect with friends and fans, Stan Stewart sometimes writes about what he’s learned there. These networks can be fun and sometimes tricky. They are enticing with occasional pitfalls. Be ready for both by reading what’s here.
Email marketing feels very vulnerable to solo artists. But can it be worth it to send that newsletter or announcement anyway?
Anyone with a heart has had it broken by the recent obscene mass murders in Buffalo and Uvalde. Yet, no matter how sad and angry we may be, the answer is not to act out our feelings. It is to direct our caring towards people who have no sense of connection or relationship. View this
Stan Stewart shares some of his pet peeves about social network interactions. Social media: you can’t live with it or without it.
We are finding our way. In my workplace and neighborhood, we’ve been responding to the pandemic for over a year. Reflecting back, it has been a strange year. In addition to some current reflections, I’ll offer you some of my other posts about the pandemic experience from the past year. Remembering Loved Ones Gone No
Human beings need social connections in times like these.
Inspiration often comes from surprising places. Not surprisingly, some may say that Twitter and music-making don’t mix. So, it’s quite true that I never expected social networks to be a source of such strange inspiration, but there you go: since social networks are a reflection of human interaction in some form or another, they’re filled
There: I said it. Of course, in addition to FaceBook, it probably applies equally to Twitter, TikTok, and any other social network you can name. Even the social sharing sites like YouTube, Instagram, and others also could be equally as “deadly”. I think you’ll see what I mean. 1 – Social Networks Suck Social networks
And thanks so much for being here! What should I blog about next? — stan stewart (@muz4now) February 20, 2018
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