Tag Archives: social media

The value of limits coupled with the value of diversity

This morning, I ran across this blog post: “I only follow 88 people on Twitter.” In it, the author explains why he only follows 88 people, how he came to the number, and the benefits of doing so. Essentially: the more people … Continue reading

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Making a difference through social media

Can social media actually be used to change the world? Simply “liking” something isn’t always enough, obviously. However, social media can be used intentionally and strategically to inspire the actions that do bring about change. Here are some categories of … Continue reading

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The Time Sink of Social Media

Time and attention are things we only have so much of, and they turned up on our recent survey as something that really challenges many: how do I get the most out of my time? out of this season of life? … Continue reading

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How I collect data and build community on social media

Dear Justin, How do you get all the great links and items that you post on social media? Are your lists open, where I can see who you follow? This was asked via Facebook, and I answered directly, then thought I’d post my social … Continue reading

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