I’ve heard recently from some friends who blog that they are discouraged that they don’t have much engagement with their readers. With no feedback or interaction, they are wondering why they should even bother. This started a conversation that focussed on answering just one simple question: Why do you blog?
We are a melting pot of lots of things including faiths and we are all free to express that. Just go into it knowing that not everybody in your audience will agree with your sentiment, and some folks will feel uncomfortable about it.
StumbleUpon is another tool in the social media toolbox that lets us stay in touch with the world with as little effort as possible. And now that it has surpassed Facebook as the leading social media tool, your Stumbles may be seen by more people than ever.
I knew it was important for me to jump into the social media fray, because not participating in popular social media outlets would only result in a conspicuous absence. But I’m not a “social” person. I don’t care what I can do in social media, as much as I care about what the minimum is that I really must do.
When you refer or recommend someone, their performance will have a direct impact on your own reputation. When you refer someone, you are saying that this is someone who you would feel comfortable associating with and doing business with.
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