Last week someone complained of feces on the floor where I work. Not sure how that got there but we're talking shit in the isle of a store! We don't know who did it but we sure did smell something funny. Eww!
So if my readers are thinking about pulling a stunt like this, please don't.
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What do I have to offer?
Well, that's a good question. I would consider myself a rational person and can generally give some rational advice.
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What is the bare minimum you need to be your own social media?
A phone numberAn email addressA website
By having only these 3, you can be your own social media. Your website can be a barebones website. It doesn't have to be fancy and do everything. The most important thing is that it serves as a sticky piece of paper out in the digital space we call the internet. If you can direct people to it, you now give a platform for the public to interact with you. To me, they either fall into one of two categories.
1. Business website to advertise your business services
2. personal website if you're looking to write your personal thoughts
1- Your business website keeps business going and lets you showcase your products
2- Your personal website allows readers to link to your content so you can get more readers. End of story.
A phone number is your point of contact to all the people that decide they want to stay in touch with you. An email is great if you've met people from out of t…