My Journey Into Social Media
My Journey into Social MediaMy Journey into Social Media
These are just some of my experiences with Social Media and yours may vary.
#Facebook has turned out to be a family, fake, superficial hello, how you doing, my dog or cat looks cute, kind of platform. Even when I post information about my companies technologies that can help them or my film work that should impress the, I get no response.
#Twitter seems to be the most lucrative for me and I get positive responses from my film work and business. As a curtesy I like to keep my film and business accounts separate but with an occasional crossover.
I actually meet people there who care and are genuinely interested in me and my work. I feel honored when people want me to take a look at their work and when they value my input. Although some people post nasty and revolting photos I can always block them. Mainly naked woman or porn stars who want to make it in film.
#LinkedIn is a snooze fest. Nobody interacts with me nor do they return messages no matter how hard I try to interact. You really have to work at it and that takes valuable time.
#Instagram is kind of neat because I can post photos and we all know that a picture is worth a thousand words and some of those pictures are very interesting. I don’t find naked woman attractive nor do I find woman attractive. Now if it were pics of sexy men then that would be another thing LOL.
#Tumblr is a snooze fest as well but I want to make it work because it’s kind of neat.
With #Blogspot.com I really get a bang for my buck…oh wait it’s free…Blog Spot really rocks! I get tremendous response from that platform and Twitter is a great way to get people to it.
So there you go! These are just some thoughts from an old fashioned gal in film and business.
Posted by Síle O'Malley at 11:12 AM
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