Sewickley Academy began spring break at the beginning of this week, Monday, March 16. As you read this newsletter I’ll be in Florida with my family enjoying the sun, warm weather, and R&R.
I’m not telling you this to make you jealous. I’m sharing this with you to ask a question – have you noticed a change in my social media sharing frequency while I’ve been on vacation?
I hope you haven’t noticed a change.
I hope there hasn’t been a change because I use tools to help me schedule the content I share on social media and I encourage you to do the same.
My rough work flow is that a few times a week I check Feedly, my RSS reader, where I have the blogs I want, and enjoy, to read. After I find articles worth sharing I load them into BufferApp which shares the content on the schedule I select.
For engagement I check my social media account a few times a day and interact where appropriate. I’ve learned that social media will take as much time as you give it and I’m trying to control social media and not have it control me.
Hope you have a great weekend and an even better Spring Break.
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Oldie But A Goodie
Heard on the SBU Forum