So, I have a pinterest account, twitter, and facebook. But I wonder about people who don't like the big giants. I also have a stish.io account. There are a lot of cool people who hang out there. I mean it is about cryptocurrency, but it also offers a whole social community of people an opportunity to share without the pressure of the giant social media venues. Sure I might not reach as many people on stish.io, but I might reach a different audience. A caring audience of artisans, craft workers, and ordinary good people with less robotics and ai.
So maybe we can eventually get a lot more people using niche social media sites as well as the big giants. It just seems like a smarter way to go. Like having your favorite bar or coffee shop, only it's a social media site instead. The best of both worlds kind of thing. I love my twitter feed and my pinterest pins. I need my facebook group to. But I don't always want to get lost in the crowd. Sometimes, I want to relax in the company of my friends with a few less ads. So to all my friends on stish.io, thanks for hearing me and supporting my dream to write equally as much as those who follow me on other sites. To all my friends on pinterest, facebook, and twitter, may I invite you to check out stish.io? You might like it too.
I like having my cake and eating it too!
Welcome to Ophelia Kee Speaks. This is a blog chronicling my independent author walk. The journey into the dream has been a life-changing experience as I try to become a full-time writer and leave the professional world behind me. In my blog each day, you will find information on the ‘behind the scenes’ for writing contemporary adult fantasy fiction and paranormal romance stories set in the dream. I will speak on topics detailing with my writing, publishing, promotion, and marketing as well as social media dealing with my books, book trailers, book launches, book art, music, audio, and video, as well as shameless self-promotion. I am not an expert and am not claiming to be one. I am simply one writer offering a glimpse of my struggle to become a successful independent author. Thank you for considering my words. All rights reserved.