I noticed lately that I’m posting a lot of links to posts of my blog and to the directory listings on my Twitter and Facebook.
Thanks for those who notified me that some are bothered with this… Thus, I initiated the following two accounts for this purpose: Site’s updates, links to my blog posts, and notification of new listings on MK Blog Directory.
Theres no denying that social media has had such an impact on mental health the more popular it gets. We spend our lives mindlessly scrolling through Instagram. Seeing perfectly polished lives and body standards we just can’t live up to. The societal pressure that is roaring in 2021 is so present, and it really makes me worry for future generations. Will they know the joy of playing outside until the sun comes down? Or will they grow up with their faces glued to digital screens?
Although I have never liked Reddit and I don’t post much there, I enjoy reading comments and contributions from redditors especially when I want to decide on something. It’s a complicated platform with strict & harsh rules sometimes.
I posted there some technical opinions about Apple iCloud Drive. In case you’re interested, here is the link:
“Facebook Likes” might not be as important as Google +1s. Please refer to my post: Why it’s important to share links on Google+. However, it is still a good way for promoting your post(s). Honestly, engagements on Facebook pages are limited without paying money. So, I thought of this idea and I hope it works well:
I made a Facebook group named “Promote Your Blog Posts”. You may share the link of your blog post there. You may also try to like one or more of the links shared by others in this group:
A Twitter account with thousands of followers might give an impression that this account is of high social influence. Well, that is not totally true. In fact, there is a percentage of fake followers. This percentage could be high sometimes. What are fake followers? Why they’re following you? How to remove fake followers?