I’ve had a love/hate relationship with Twitter. On one hand, I hate the limited word count and how so many people use it as just a means of promoting their own stuff. On the other hand, I love the fact that I can promote this blog on my Twitter feed to the 80 people who actually follow me.
Since my random moments of wanting to drop Twitter, I have realized that there are actually a few Twitter feeds I would miss I dropped Twitter (again).
I closed my Google+ Profile today. When asked why I was doing so, I submitted the following answer:
I rarely use Google+ for anything. I know maybe three people on it, and they never use Google+. It does not connect to things like WordPress for it to be any use as a promotional vehicle. What little content that is on here is available through other sources (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc.) that Google+ is redundant.
Okay, so you have blown out your creativity with the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Yet, you still have a blog that you feel some degree of obligation of maintaining. What do you do? Here are a few suggestions that I have resorted to.