With social media it has become an all too familiar feeling when you hit the unfollow button. You feel the guilt of doing it and the person you were following finds out and starts wondering and asking what they have done wrong.
It is no big secret at this stage, people struggle with Twitter. I haven’t talked about Twitter all that much recently because I care a lot less for the service now than I did at one point.
Let me start by saying this, despite all the hype and the soaring numbers of people signing up over the past week – I don’t think Mastodon is the answer, not at the moment anyway and I will get into more details about that later in this blog post.
I have been been using WordPress to create websites and blogs for as long as I can remember. Through my teens it was more experimentation and learning, I opened countless websites using the free WordPress hosted servers just so I could learn about CMS and how to do the basics.
So this will be unexpected for many people, scaling back on content. Why? Would I not push forward with more content? At one point we were at two articles per day, then back to one and now there will only be a few per week? How does this make sense?
Throw a party people! Facebook has picked us first again. Just like when the new reactions were being tested out, Ireland has now been selected as the only country where the next ‘big feature’ is being rolled out.
I know, strange topic to see here right? Being in the client services biz, why would I not want your service or your money? Surely I should be here screaming like many others – ‘pick me, let me look after your social media for you!’
Over the past number of weeks, Pokemon Go has won the hearts and praise of a vast majority of users. The game has been a wild hit with more than 20 million people in the U.S. playing it daily, that is twice the usage of Facebook.