Abbie’s got some good advice for you today, which I happen to agree with.
Though I deal with a few more Social Media platforms than she does, the concept for me is the same.
Also, there’s that wonderful feature of just turning things off or onto do not disturb until you’re ready to deal with them.
Who says you have to be on all the time? To me, that’s counter productive.
Click on over and see what Abbie and I are on about.
Amid social media’s constant distractions, it can be hard to concentrate. Some say that in order for writers to promote their work, they should use every available form of social media. But if I were to do that, I’d spend more time marketing and less time writing material to be promoted. You need a good balance, and I’ve come up with one that works for me.
I only use two forms of social media: WordPress and Facebook. I don’t constantly check these platforms for notifications, especially since their apps on my iPhone are pretty good at letting me know when something’s up. When I receive notifications while working, I wait until I get to a good stopping point before dealing with them. With my phone, I can easily read, like, comment on, or simply clear a notification before returning to the task at hand.
Other writers may think my tactics…
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