Jay Parkhill April 10th, 2008
This is a smart manifesto of sorts on how to use multiple social media platforms well. With multiple places to post content (blog, Twitter, Tumblog, etc.) it’s very easy to end up re-listing the same content in multiple spots, but that tends to dilute the individuality of each outlet.
When I started exploring social media in earnest I really wanted everything to tie together, but there is no need. The offline pieces of my life don’t naturally tie themeselves together offline, so I shouldn’t try to force them together online. Thanks carpeaqua.
My Tumblog imports all of this blog’s posts as links, so I am breaking one of the rules here. I should take out that reblog link. This blog works better for the work side of my life and the other one for personal interests: music, cycling and occasionally a dash of yoga, skiing or something else. I think I’ll keep it that way.Tags: social media
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