Tag Archives: social media

Writers – What You Need to Know about the Audience of the Future

Of course, some people reading my words today might wonder the same thing. ***

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The #1 Tip For Successful Blog Commenting

*** Live in harmony with one another.  … Do not be conceited. … Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everyone. If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. … Continue reading

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How To Get Out Of Social Media Traps

This happened to me last week: It took me a couple of tweets to see the trap I’d fallen into. I looked around me and saw that I was in a miry place I could not get out of without … Continue reading

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Social Media Activists – an outrageous analysis

*** Love is patient, love is kind. 1 Corinthians 13:4 ***

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How To Be A Christian Blogger Who Rocks Social Media

In the movie School of Rock, Jack Black plays a rocker in between gigs who cons his way into a job teaching kids at an exclusive academy. Instead of math, science and history, he teaches them to rock. When he … Continue reading

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Confessions of an Earnest Young Person

I am a recovering EYP. I may no longer be one, by virtue of no longer being young, but I remember what it was like to be an Earnest Young Person. It’s a good thing that modern social media didn’t exist when I … Continue reading

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Dear Mega-Twitterer: why I didn’t follow you back

[Exploring the question* of whether meaningful conversation of any sort, even brief, can occur on Twitter.] *** Dear person who follows 140,980** people on Twitter and decided to make me number 140,981. I appreciate you choosing to follow me, I … Continue reading

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Falsity

I’m told that Facebook is fun, informative, and even useful. You can’t prove it by me. I don’t have a Facebook account. Perhaps Mark Zuckerberg and I will friend each other one day, but that day has not yet come. One thing … Continue reading

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