Much like your blog, your social media is a reflection of you. So don’t rush through the process. It won’t take much extra time and will increase your engagement and demonstrate your thoughtfulness to the people you have chosen to surround yourself with online.
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You might notice, I don’t have comments on the Crazy Third Option. This does not prevent people from commenting on my posts. Why?  Because commenting has largely moved to social media.

Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are your comments sections.  By not having an account on these platforms, you are telling people, “I don’t care what

I had a lot of social media accounts.  Not just a wide array of accounts on different services, but also a lot of accounts on the same services.  For example, somehow over the years, I had accumulated 8 Twitter accounts.

How did this happen?

Well, how does anything online happen?  It started with with some

I started my Twitter account in April of 2008.  I had heard a lot about Twitter, and how it was going to change the Internet, so I thought I would give it a shot. After all, I was a person who has a lot of things to say.

It turns out, I had very little

Twitter does not give you much room for customization.  Luckily other tools exist that will allow you to tailor your Twitter interface to suit you.

One of the most powerful of those tool is your trusty Ad Blocker.

Not only can it remove distracting or unwanted ads, you can also use it to remove any