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You are in a (social media) cage and You didn’t notice

If you live in the US, Facebook is making about $50 off your attention each year. Your own friends who have joined social marketing schemes (aka: network marketing, or pyramid-schemes) to sell you junk are making another $10 off your time per year. Much like the lion, you’re being owned. Are you trapped in a cage? Yes. … Continue reading You are in a (social media) cage and You didn’t notice

Blogging, content marketing and making money online

WordLift content chief, Maria Silvia Sanna, asked me a few questions about blogging, content marketing and more. You can read the full interview in their web site. According to your experience, is there a way to create an economic value through a blog? L. I keep on firmly believing that a blog is capable of … Continue reading Blogging, content marketing and making money online

Having fun, real fun, not TV fun

Get involved means cooperating, contributing, taking part. Not watching from the sidelines while someone else has your life for you. Getting involved means rolling up your sleeves and getting your hands dirty but having an experience along the way, a real experience. Getting involved means joining in, offering help, volunteering, turning a theoretical interest into … Continue reading Having fun, real fun, not TV fun

It flatters our egos to believe we are indispensable

We have to feed and water these online relationships by responding to instant messages and tweets, by staying on top of the seemingly endless information at our fingertips, and by producing worthwhile online material. And there are only so many hours in the day … Or so we tell ourselves. Really, it flatters our egos … Continue reading It flatters our egos to believe we are indispensable