Writer’s Links 06/01/2014 (p.m.)

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    • If you have more time on your hands, you can of course choose to engage in more social networks. Just don’t overcommit and end up spreading yourself too thin!
    • Get 10 successful bloggers from different niches in a room and ask them which social networks are best for driving traffic to their blogs, and you’ll get a different answer from each one as to where their readers hang out in greatest numbers.
    • One of the things that I’d highly recommend you ponder when it comes to this is to think about developing a rhythm to your sharing.
    • Of course the other thing to do when you’re resharing the same piece of content is to mix up the timings of your updates. If you first tweet a piece of content at 9am – at least wait a few hours to reshare it so that others in different parts of the world are likely to be online. The same thing applies to other networks (although I’d wait longer than a few hours to reshare on networks like Facebook or Google+).

      Also consider avoiding sharing during those times of the day that are particularly ‘noisy’. Sometimes sharing during times that you’d think your audience isn’t online is actually best.

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Lumpy’s Links 06/01/2014 (p.m.)

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Lightspeed Finance 101

Time is Money, Perhaps Big Money

English: Science and Research Center, Clevelan...
English: Science and Research Center, Cleveland State University (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a post that was originally published at Lumpy’s Corner on 18 December 2003.  Short of one typo that nobody noticed for 11 years, the article is as it was written originally. (Additionally, Cleveland State University and many other universities love to completely rework their web site as often as we change our socks, thereby breaking any university based links.  To be honest, I removed as many of them as possible to avoid the same issue again in the future..)

Once again, I am having strange thoughts. Actually… That is a misnomer, one would better say “still”. We have all heard the expression that time is money. I wonder how old that phrase is? I wonder if it was around before a certain Albert changed time in 1905? Does the expression have a new meaning with the new definition of relative time?

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