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On much of social media, when you are an independent author, you lead two lives. There is your personal life where you have friends and family, but there is also your professional or semi-professional life. Even if you never sell (or never want to) a syllable of your work, if you want to improve, you're at least in the realm of semi-professional.
What is the Connection Between Twitter, Social Media and Professionalism? Professionalism? This post riffs on Be careful […]
Posts with images nearly always do better than those without, so upload an image if the link you're sharing doesn't have one. Make sure you have permission to use the image!
Usenet and losing control online
Because sticking a bunch of people into a windowless room and telling them to be creative is going to be about as effective as sticking a gun to their heads and commanding that they write a guaranteed hit song.
You can still have good external visibility. What matters is not being number one. What does matter is getting onto somewhere in the top three search results and then working from there. Of course, the higher the better. But the difference between page 100 and page 1000 of search results is a moot one.
The ideal number of characters in a LinkedIn status update is 50-100.
Like something? Then hit like! Don't like it? Then either scroll past it or click to hide it, or even report it as spam or as being threatening.
More Community Management ideas, tips and tricks. This time it's about leaving the main topic behind.
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