As the title advertises: I’m finally on Facebook! I had a dragging reluctance to join said social medium because I had some problems with it. After spending a couple of hours, yes, hours (let me get you in on a secret – I’m terrible with social media :O), it’s up and running with only one light bulb working while the other is flickering.
I also spent some time updating and then finishing (yes, in that order because I thought I was done) my Google+ profile and made some changes, so hopefully it could finally get followers and people to comment or whatever people do on social media.
I’m still not sure what happens on the audience side, but if you have some time, please help me get both light bulbs working correctly. Any help is welcome on how to use these things (besides posting) would be greatly appreciated.
P.S. Achievement unlocked!
In today’s assignment for Blogging 201, we must choose a social network that we’ll use to help us grow our blog. Then outline a plan on how to use it.
I can only speak of planning it for the short-term since I will embark on a new challenge in my life that will take up a lot of my time (which is why I avoided the editorial calendar from two assignments ago). For those of you who read my apology to Noah and my acceptance of the Dragon’s Loyalty Award will know of that challenge, and understand why it would be difficult for me to publish as much as I have been.
I recently joined Facebook, so that’s a major step-up from no Facebook, since so many people stay logged in to their accounts the whole day. Right now, I don’t have a plan for it except to get my name, blog, and novel out there to reach some of my goals, and this would less likely happen if I don’t post anything. If I’m no longer current, I’m no longer important. So I’ll put this assignment on hold.