Social Media: When Enough is Enough

I had it all down and felt comfortable with them all. Not only that, but I have accounts for all of them. And then this came along:
I decided to give it a try to see what all the hub-bub was all about. I have to is pretty neat to watch the video and be able to interact in real-time.
BUT... I think at some point you have to say, "Enough is enough." And I've hit that point. I could sit in front of the computer for hours on end and still find new items on social media to look at. I deleted my account after just a few days. I knew if I didn't, it would become a huge time waster. I have to get my priorities in order.
And now, this has come along:
Blab Blog
Seriously? I learned about during the #tptchat that happens on Sunday nights at 8:00 (EST). I don't understand how people have the time to do all of this, especially when they have little ones to tend to. I suppose if you're serious about building your TpT business to the extent that  you don't want to have to work full-time, it would be worth it.
I consider myself to be pretty tech-savvy, but I think I've had enough. I'm going to let the young people figure it out. I think it's important to be mindful of everything that's coming out, but that doesn't mean you have to be involved. There are too other things that are more important to me. you have a periscope and/or a account? Are you active on them? How much time to do you spend on them?

1 comment:

  1. I have a periscope, but I have only looked at it once or twice. I'm with you, I prefer having my nose in a book!


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