When it comes to social media, we all have platforms we like and others we tolerate—the latter because we feel a need to be there. Several months ago I abandoned Facebook, a platform I only tolerated. Since then, I’ve been trying to be more selective where I spend my time, and also, to use that … Continue reading Writers, are you using Twitter hashtags for engagement?
Hi, SEers. Mae here hoping everyone had a wonderful Valentine's Day! Today, I'm rolling out a topic that’s dear to my heart—unplugging. In our technology-crazed, social media-driven, always-on-world, unplugging is a necessity. Did you know there is even a National Unplug Day in the U.S.? March 1-2 sundown to sundown has been declared the National … Continue reading How often do you unplug? #writinglife
I used to have a program that was supposed to let me post from my laptop to Instagram. It was never user-friendly, and then they updated the software and it no longer worked with a business account (which I have). So I went online to find a better alternative. And I found FLUME.
Note: My Story Empire partners pushed for me to write this. (You know who you are.) Hi, gang. Craig here again for something called Five for Friday. This is where we pick five things, hopefully related to writing, and share them with all of you. If this one has a theme to it, it has … Continue reading Five for Friday – promotion
Ciao, SEers. I thought today would be a good day to discuss social media management. Specifically, Twitter management. I’ve heard a lot of people swear by HootSuite, and I have used it on occasion. Our own Mae Clair has even discussed the advantages of it. But for my money (actually, that’s a poor turn of … Continue reading Managing Twitter with TweetDeck