Ok, first and foremost don’t say send money. I get $60 dollars a week and fat boy gotsta eat. Just know if there is one pork chop left on a plate and you reach for it, you might be pulling a hand back with a fork embedded in it. This is the only warning I will give you.
I mean socially; if you need a hit man let’s Skype…I know people.
We are all trying to accomplish something in here, and thankfully some have a much clearer vision than others, but what is the one thing I can do that will benefit you the most?
You can share
I do, especially if you are in one of the tribes I’m in or if I’m a regular at your place.
But is that really worth anything? As many tweets as I send out, do you think it is really grabbing anybody’s attention? True story, I have had people drop me because my tweet stream overwhelms them….and I don’t blame them.
On most, I try to attache a witty comment to the tweet before sending it out, but does that even make a difference?
I felt it prudent to quit acknowledging others when they re-tweeted me because it just compounded to the problem of too much stream clutter. I certainly appreciate it, but how many truly want to promote me because of my epic work or just do it out of social obligation?
I currently have 529 tribe mates; a lot of tweets are generated from that alone.
What is the solution; what can I do differently that will make a noticeable difference to you?
You can comment
Oh, that I can do and try to do as much as my time allows. My challenge with this is I feel I spread myself too thin at times and I’m usually just driving by and waving instead of pulling up a chair and chatting.
One solution is to cut down on the number of places I visit, but I don’t know if that is in my MO. Plus, who makes the cut anyway?
What works for you; how are you effectively being all there for your community with this?
You can be a better host and invite guest posters in
Absolutely, and I pretty much have an open door policy for visiting bloggers. Unfortunately, I do a poor job of pro-actively encouraging this.
If you think there is some benefit to you by showing up at my place with a guest post, then by all means just let me know you’re interested. I know the owner, I can make things happen.
Jayme Soulati had a great idea in her post about building your community; giving new followers an opportunity to guest post so your community can get to know them. Of course, Jayme is smart like that and I think it is a great idea.
Other than me being more pro-active with this, any other suggestions? What is working for you?
How can I make you look good?
If you are sitting around frustrated because you feel too much slippage and not enough traction, what is the one thing I can do to help? This is your chance to not only let me know, but whoever else is reading this.
We are all in this together, right? One big happy family, how can we truly support each other in a meaningful way?