That Most “Unsocial” Of Socials

R. J. Nello

I had thought – naively perhaps – that the point to Twitter was conversation. That in the back of my mind, a noticed recently a writer tweet about working on updating her WORDPRESS site as she also moaned no one visits it. After visiting it, I followed it (you know, I clicked the “Follow” button WordPress provides), and then went back and followed her on Twitter.

Next I @-ed her politely at Twitter. I wrote one tweet. In it I said I had a WordPress site too and that I thought – based on seven years of experience – that adding a blog would get her more site visitors through WordPress because it would be updated more often, and that blog would also attract more “googling” readers.

(She has only a static site with her books and some information that clearly was not updated often. It is best described…

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