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Awesome article. I feel like most of these tips can be applied to all aspects of life! Also, I think it is crucial for a business, or an indivdual, to work on Tip #7 and start sharing others content. It always speaks more when you see that your content was "shared" instead of just " liked" or commented on.
"With Facebook there is no more forgetting, it is simply trying to catch up" I couldn't agree more. Great post.
"I mean even if the infamous spiders did actually find your blog post, a real user is just going to land on your dull post and think – what the hell is this rubbish? And then go somewhere else anyway, therefore negating the entire process you have spent ages on."
This is awesome and true.
"but I don't hate them as much as I used to." Ditto, and they have given me free stuff so I'll keep my profile for now.
I've written about this before and I think Google Plus is here to stay. I feel the developers are studying what is being utilized the most by the 20 million users and are allowing time for a niche to develop. I have begun using it as a more professional Facebook and can engage high end social media people in "longer-than-Twitter" conversations. It will take some time, but I expect a revamp of the sites purpose within the next year.
I found it interesting that I have one of most of the accounts they offer, and even if I add them all, my score stays the same. I'm definately going to delete my account in the near future. It seems to only be an anxiety causing website. Great Post btw