There are few good internet search engines… Well, I don’t care much about the studies that prefer one over others in term of speed, indexing, search depth…. After all, I quickly find what I’m looking for using any. Though, if you’re into Google’s, using Google Search will enrich your experience. The same can be said about Bing from Microsoft…
Let me re-phrase the question this way:
Does a normal person need an account on each of the social platforms: Google+, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, Instagram, Pinterest, …?!
From blogging prospective, I need the following:
I have to keep up to date with accounting‘s because accountancy is my profession. I have to do the same with technology; I’m CISA.
Three of my colleagues are on vacation. I also have an extra project that I’m working on… I have some family overseas issues which are occupying my mind in searching for solutions. Relatively, there are some emotional pressure due to the surrounding political events… Have I mentioned the extra financial obligations as the start of school year is just around the corner?
In reference to the main post: “WordPress – Ethical Dilemma”, I thought it might be useful to write a summary based on the contributions. Though, it’s still interesting and useful to read all comments there… Many thanks and appreciation to all who shared their opinions. The question was personal and wasn’t intended to be a survey or a study of any kind.
The main post is still open for more discussion. I’ll keep updating this summary accordingly:
If you have 20 posts to like or comment, you cannot do them all within 5 minutes. If you could, WordPress will block your account for spamming!
As their numbers and posts are increasing over time, how do you usually keep up with friends on WordPress?
If you have a website with good traffic, you might want to consider selling advertisements. That’s, getting paid for displaying ads on your website.
There are a lot of options and alternatives regarding web ads. However, the story with WordPress.com is a little bit different.