I’ve been spending a lot of time on social media content writing lately.
And the funny thing about shifting from writing all day to social media marketing is that you start to realize the things that really engage you vs. how bummed you are when a content link isn’t as promised.
There are several social media content writing strategies that I really can’t say I approve of:
Overposters (literal feed hogs)
You may have heard that if you aren’t posting a few times a day on your feeds, not everyone sees your posts or will have the ability to react to you.
While this is true, remember that not everyone in your network has a zillion friends. If you are posting 10 times a day to someone who only has 300 friends (only. ha!), you could be hogging up their feed, making yourself look bad in the process (and eventually get deleted or hidden from their feeds.)
Continue reading 5 Trends in Social Media Content Writing I’m So Over
The biological clock keeps itself regulated as a result of secretion of a hormone, that we call melatonin. This hormone is released when the brain receives a signal from its central signaling unit, known as Suprachiasmatic Nucleus or SCN.
Hence it is important that we clear our perception of melatonin. Circulation of this hormone in our bloodstream acts as a regulator of rest and activity cycles. Also, since, melatonin håndkøb is a hormone, it is impossible to have a deficiency of melatonin, per se.
Nevertheless, the misconception surrounding melatonin as cure for insomnia or sleeplessness is erroneous. Herein, we must also have clear idea as to what causes insomnia.
Continue reading Keeping Your Biological Clock Regulated
Guild Membership is open to any person interested in knitting regardless of race, color, creed, sex or national origin.
Membership includes the following:
- All guild meetings and programs.
- A bimonthly newsletter, “The Guild Cable”.
- Access to the Guild’s library.
- Discounts at many area yarn shops.
- Learning and sharing with area knitters.
Our Guild year starts in September and membership dues cover a year, September to September. Current members should look for their membership renewal forms in the newsletter distributed in late summer. New members are welcome to join by attending a regular meeting. Please see the schedule for meeting information.
Membership forms can be found here and can be mailed in along with payment to:
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PO Box 684
Williamsville, NY 14231-0684
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