I debated about writing this post. While I’m really excited that I’m coming to the end of this 100-post series, I’m not exactly in a Frank Sinatra mode where I can sing, “I did it my way.” On the other hand, I would say a great majority of you didn’t know me or my little site here back in April when this series started, so I opted to round up some of the posts that I thought were the best out of this series to kind of bring you in as if you were here from the start.
So, here are some of the posts that I think ended up being the best in this series. Enjoy!
Seven Great Ways To Drive People Nuts: Over the last few months people have really excelled at figuring these out on their own (so it seems), but just in case you were wondering….
Four Ways To Handle A Great Idea (That Isn’t Yours): On the other hand, I think a lot of people could benefit by reading this one.
Five Steps for Staying Social With RSS (by Jason Sokol): J-dubs, as I call him, knocked this post out of the ballpark. So pleased I was able to include it in this series!
Making My Lists and Remaking Them Twice(by Kat Caverly): I had written a post that was very anti Twitter lists and Facebook filters. Kat offered (very effectively) the other side of the argument!
How Engagement Can Make You Money: Yep, it really can.
How To Get Over The Dip: If you don’t know what this means, you’ll want to read this post when you find out! And if you never find out, well, don’t tell me, k? 🙂
The Greatest Key to Twitter Engagement: So simple…
Engaging Ads: An Oxymoron?: Yep. I used the “a” word…
Social Media and the Journalist: I loved this post by Deb Morello and was so honored that she wrote it here!
3 Ways Social Media Will Change Healthcare: I asked my friend Dr. Susan Giurleo to delve into how she feels the world of healthcare could benefit from social media engagement. This is a great post!
Social Media Could Give Librarians Something To Shout About: And then the Blog Library was born 😉
I hope you enjoyed seeing some of these posts again or for the first time. It was fun for me to scroll through and see what we’ve been talking about here.
Thanks for reading (and everything else you do!)
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