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Just Pondering Part 798

Social Network IconsI will admit that I am no big fan of the social media hype; I only have a Facebook page for my blog, Renard Moreau Presents, a general Pinterest account (which I hardly use) and a general Twitter account that I use for everything.

Some have claimed, as bloggers, we need to take a proactive role in social media and promote our posts via social media in order for our blog to gain popularity.

Do you think that it is imperative that bloggers should be a part of those so-called popular social media sites?

In my case, I am cool with what I have and I don’t think that it is necessary that I join every social network under the Sun.

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Are You Afraid To Share My Posts Via Social Media?

Social Network IconsHere is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Are You Afraid To Share My Posts Via Social Media?

Just Pondering Part 781

Smartphone.pngI have noticed for quite sometime that most people do not go anywhere without their smartphones (Which is probably Big Brother’s plan all along).

Whether you have realized it or not, we are a society that has grown dependent on smartphones and many of us feel out of sorts when we forget them at home.

Is it because people have grown addicted to social media like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etcetera?

Smartphones can be heard ringing and beeping off almost anywhere; they can be seen and heard at work places, people’s homes, on public transport, churches, hospitals; they are everywhere you can think of (And, believe it or not, there are those people who even take their smartphones with them to the toilet).

The so-called ones in charge, programmed many of us in such a way that we are always in need of our smartphones and they see to it that we go in drones like mindless zombies to the stores to buy them whenever a newer model comes out.

Although they are a necessity in today’s society, I think that we have placed too much emphasis on the importance of smartphones.

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Wouldn’t It Be Cool If Google Blogger Had A Like Button?

LikeHere is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Wouldn’t It Be Cool If Google Blogger Had A Like Button?

Is Your Blog Being Supported By Others?

tablet.jpgHere is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Is Your Blog Being Supported By Others?

Just Pondering Part 722

Facebook logo Español: Logotipo de Facebook Fr...

Facebook logo Español: Logotipo de Facebook Français : Logo de Facebook Tiếng Việt: Logo Facebook (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Every so often, I would hear about the death of someone who made friends with a person via social media and the person whom they befriended via social media, ended up killing them.

Can you tell a person’s true motive through Facebook? In some cases, you might be able to know who you are dealing with; but unfortunately, there are those who can slip their way beneath your proverbial radar.

One of the major issues is: most people go beyond adding their real life friends on Facebook; they add total strangers and a small percentage of those strangers, could be potential maniacs.

In the virtual world, things are not always what they seem.

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