Picking quality over quantity online

The conventional wisdom when it comes to social media and blogging is to push out as much content as you can. But that may not be entirely true.

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He said, “I don’t want this to be just fluff, though. I want to ask some hard questions tailored to each person. For you, I want to ask about your social engagement. I’ve noticed you aren’t as everywhere as you used to be, which isn’t critical by any means, but I think a useful line of dialogue a lot of people struggle with.”

Since he sent that email, I haven’t been able to get it out of my head. You see, I have reduced the amount of my social engagement. Heck, I’ve even reduced the amount of blogging I’m doing. I’ve reduced a lot of my online activities, and it’s been deliberate.

I won’t ruin the answer I’m going to give Frank in the interview, but I do think it’s important to have the discussion about why our online habits change.

Is less really more?

First and foremost, I’ve noticed an interesting trend since I’ve made a conscious choice to simmer down. We’re winning more awards and being listed on the top of social media lists.

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