One of the best things about creating things is SHARING things! It is truly one of the Foundations of Creating—- make it share it & enjoy the applause! Not only are accolades nice but truly, in the community of creatives, inspiration fuels others and round and round it goes.
I’m new to the Instagram party and have to say I’m kicking myself for taking so long to arrive! I love the platform and love the ease with which you can share. Additionally, those morning shots from creatives? Fabulous!
I’ve been pinning for quite awhile but haven’t been crazy about it lately. It seems it’s all about the food bloggers. Now, I LOVE LOVE LOVE me a food blogger, don’t get me wrong– and I follow a lot of them! But the home feed needs some tweaking in order to see others. I guess it just feels more commercial to me recently. Having said that food bloggers make my world go ’round to be sure! Because of them I have no doubt I’m a better cook, a more adventurous cook, and a better baker. I also blame them for making me eat more!
I only have my personal page on Facebook. I don’t talk about much— and have to say it makes me crazy to see political crap that makes my teeth itch. What can you say, you learn a lot about your friends!!!
I do Tweet but am not as vigilant as I should be. Again, it seems like it’s gotten really commercial and I don’t give a rip about celebrities and how the give good Tweet! (Well, a few—- but that’s just me!) If you can’t enjoy the occasional Tweet from Pee Wee Herman what’s life for anyway????
I’m always interested to see what social media platforms creatives use. Very few use them all. Not that you can’t have different media post to Facebook but I’m not sure if that wide scatter shot does it for me. I usually post a photo to Instagram, something simpler to Facebook. If I Tweet creatively and not personally I’ll go short and sweet with a URL for the blog.
The blog—– that’s where it’s at for me. I try to keep to my 3x weekly M-W-F blog posting and give photos as appropriate. My Facebook does not link to my blog in any way—– there are just folks who should keep distant if you know what I mean.
What do YOU use to share your creativity?
Do you follow fellow creatives in more than one place?