Here’s what I told BC travel writers about social media at the BCATW Travel Writing Symposium over the weekend.
We can’t stop fake news from being produced and placed, but we can sure reduce its spread online. Here are ways to avoid sharing fake news.
What’s really bugging me about Twitter community now is this bait-and-unfollow trick where someone follows you one week only to unfollow the next. Everybody wants more followers than they are following, but this is ridiculous.
Knowing which of my Facebook “friends” agree with a batshit crazy misogynist buffoon, how can I stay “friends” with them? Now that I know what is truly in their hearts I don’t want to hear from them.
For any great idea or business you have to have a plan, and that especially applies to social media. That was the advice given to the BC Travel Writers Meetup by social media strategist Katt Stearns on September 14, in Vancouver BC in her presentation, Social Media for Travel Bloggers.
For the same reason we install plugins to add functionality to our sites, we need to integrate certain off-site web services to improve both the user and visitor experience.