πŸ“ Not All Social Media Spaces Are Created Equal

Responding to John Johnston’s discussion of the value of blogging as a space for sharing, Ian Guest wonders about the various features associated with Twitter.

One thing I wonder about sharing spaces is not what is technically possible – Twitter actually includes quite a few features to help users, such as hashtags, saved searches, bookmarks and moments to name a few – the question is how easy is it to personally mine this information and subsequently build upon it?Β  This was the point that both Cal Newport and Austin Kleon have recently touched upon, sharing the power of a space of one’s own.

6 responses on “πŸ“ Not All Social Media Spaces Are Created Equal”

  1. I sometime find myself PESOSing a tweet back to my site so l can keep track of the replies. This has me thinking about searching through comments, I guess a plugin, do you do that Aaron. I search my own blog a lot might be age πŸ˜‰ I also archive my tweets, but search much less.









  2. POSSE is best, but I sometimes knee jerk or fire a quick tweet & then think that would be best on my site. I am also lazy & inconsistent Some real gold in “Managing Content Through Canonical Links” thanks.









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