Organizing Content in Social Media

How sweet it is when we see a life rope headed our way.

Good morning, West Coast, and good afternoon in the East.

Jane Friedman, holding many credentials,  writes an excellent newsletter.  Anyone who participates in Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, Tumbler, and so on, would find the newsletter listed here something to consider.  The links she shared promise great help in organizing possible social network posts/topics of interest to your friends and readers.  She calls these linked sites “Curators.”  I hope those interested can find something that helps streamline managing social media.

Have a great week, all.  Put yesterday away, let tomorrow come as it will, and enjoy today.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Marion Spicher
    Nov 18, 2011 @ 14:39:13

    Thanks Lesann. I’ve already learned some valuable things in just a short while. Glad you were able to exchange information with her! Great opportunity. Happy Thanksgiving, no matter what it entails for folks …


  2. Lesann
    Nov 16, 2011 @ 21:10:01

    I’ve taken a couple of workshops from Jane Friedman and she’s not only knowledgable, but conversant with people who don’t have technical background. Her website is filled with lots of helpful data but if you have a chance to meet her in person, it’s an excellent opportunity to ask questions about specifics. = )


  3. Laurie Ryan
    Nov 15, 2011 @ 18:54:24

    I’ll have to check it out. Social Media is a bit…overwhelming, at times. :) Thanks for the tip.


    • Marion Spicher
      Nov 15, 2011 @ 20:37:50

      Thanks for dropping in, Laurie. Writing is priority one right now, so I haven’t spent a great deal of time looking at the links Jane Friedman offered, but they look promising if one wants to corner various interests automatically and schedule them for a blog. It could be special news, hobbies, teaching sites, etc.


  4. patriciasands
    Nov 15, 2011 @ 13:48:02

    This is great “stuff”, Marion. Jane Friedman has her finger on the pulse. Thanks!


    • Marion Spicher
      Nov 15, 2011 @ 20:32:35

      Hope you find something helpful. I brushed through it, but the time thing, you know? I must say no to some things for a while. Jane Friedman is a great resource.

      I just checked your blog! Wonderful! Whistler and snow! Gorgeous.


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