Don't Just Share Your Posts, Share Your Blog!

Post Sharing

The power of social media is a beautiful thing. It makes finding great writing, do-it-yourself tips, beautiful photography and a host of other topics easy to find. I love my twitter stream and 85% of the time that's where I find great content to read. Many times in the past few months, I've come across posts that I loved and can easily retweet or share on facebook. This is just awesomeness. I like sharing posts. It's like lending my favorite book to a friend, without having to worry about getting it back.

Now many, many times, I'll find that I like the author enough to want to come back. The thing is, there's so much info out there, so much great content to read, if you're not IN MY FACE, I won't remember you. Seriously. So how do you Get In My Face? How do you Get In Anyone's Face?

Blog Sharing

Social Media Icons People. I'm not talking about the retweet, facebook like, dig it or the ultra add this button with 50 social media options listed. Not the ones that are found at the end of your posts. I'm talking about those little icons that tell people how to connect with you via twitter, facebook, etc. Those icons? People, if you don't have them, bloody install them!

 

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