Nov 29 Posted 4 years ago
Exactly. Thank you so much for that addition.
Nov 10 Posted 4 years ago
Good points. The decision whether or not to follow you will depend on the answer to this question: "what's in it for me?" In other words, think about what you can offer to others and then put that in your bio. It could be expertise, influence, humor, industry knowledge, willingness to help, or any number of other things.
Nov 8 Posted 4 years ago
Nice job the only go part that is a bit scary for me is tell people my real location just for safet purposes I give a broad description of this. Since I traverse the US deliversing social media marketing seminar, I don't want people to know I'n never there kinda feels like giving people an invitation to go steal all my stuff. Oh and I'm so glad you emphasized changing the default picture. A headshot of a real person whose beautiful, face, eyes & smile comes through get more engagement RIGHT?
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