Coming Out of the Networking Shell

I’m a creature of habit.

 

 

It’s no secret – I just like to figure something out and use it to the best of my ability before moving on to something new. Which is probably why I’ve relied on the same social networking sites over the last few years. It’s just…easy. Welp, no more easy – time to come out of my shell, so to speak, and find out what other networking avenues are out there. Take a walk down Google+ street, then pause at the corner of Twitter and WordPress before turning right down LinkedIn. Sure, Facebook will mostly be my home for now, but it’s time to refinance the house, or take out a second mortgage – heck, why not find a second home while I’m at it? I’ve always wanted a place on the water – near the beach or on a lake. I’m not picky.

 

 

So…now I will be found on as many networking platforms I can manage. Which means Hootesuite is my new best friend. If I wasn’t married – I’d propose.

 

 

Here’s to white picket fences, 2.5 kids and a dog for the social networking neighborhood I strive to live in.

 

 

Happy reading (and networking real estate hunting)!

4 thoughts on “Coming Out of the Networking Shell

  1. sheri says:

    I am on all of them, but hardly use them. Some I find confusing, others just not sure the point of yet. When you master them please pass on tips to the rest of us 😀

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  2. Wo3lf says:

    Hahaha, well, good luck with that. I’m on Google+, and have only been active on it for a month or two. It’s not so bad. I belong to a few writing groups there and it can be educational at times. I love Twitter. It’s fun. But then, I’m a recent convert to Facebook (couple of months, or maybe a bit longer. I lost track of time) and never realized how much fun one can have on there. Oh, and I’m on Tumblr….but that’s a bit different than the rest. No real interaction, but I use it as a blog of sorts, supplementing my regular blog. Oh, yes, Pinterest. I’m slowly warming to it. Lots of nice pics, but a bunch of repeats too.

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