Looking at old posts from three years ago, I am concluding they are honestly terrible. Why did I think to write those? At least it demonstrates some improvement that by most assessments I am by now not such a bad blogger. Wow, those old posts were not good.
I have two avenues by which to proceed on social media; I can post content related to the operations of a cemetery, where I work, and I do, occasionally. It doesn’t take a lot to keep to a Facebook page populated, and I can post a little with the help of DrumUp and craft the odd post I have designed myself and presto, an active Facebook page.
- Trending: should trending be the focus? DrumUp claims it’s a number one research tool for identifying trending content for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn (I’m pretty sure my LinkedIn account says I died).
How does Twitter fit into the life equation as I understand it? A tweet that’s worth a look takes a bit of work. While it doesn’t come naturally to me, I like Twitter, and this is about how I tweet. I concede that I cheat a little to make it work, and it’s grown a bit, and some days there are a few more followers, and some days a few less.
- On letting authorities have their say
I can try more interesting topics than simply what I’m doing workwise. On Twitter, the giant-sized accounts are authorities magnified by the weight of numbers they command.
You know, an hour on Twitter is a portal to the world. I have seen individuals shout out to the Twitter users with giant numbers of followers. That is very bold.
I am always trying to learn. If you are an expert, by all means, a comment is welcome. I wish you all the best and good luck!