Mar 19 Posted 2 years ago
Nice post, and I take your side in the debate, Gini.
Besides, where you share your content says as much about you as what you share. I've written about this in my column on EdTech Times: "Content Strategy: Where Do You Share?"
What happens if Facebook becomes MySpace, and you wouldn't be caught dead there?
You want control of your content. The downside is that it takes real work and persistence to build your own house on your own land. The upside is that you are not subject to the whims of a giant corporation, who—let's face it—doesn't care about your interests at all.
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