Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 at 10:55 am
I am starting to love Tsu
Up until the past two months I have been an out and out Instagramer. I couldn’t get enough of it, I found Instagram to be the quickest and simplest way to show my followers my progress through my self healing journey.
It seemed like the perfect output to reach a new demographic everyday and grow my regular followers and whilst also relying on my visual based training background. With Instagram’s main way to reach new people being through the use of hashtags, it all seemed simple enough, but it was always feeling like there was something missing. Something that was stopping me reaching my full potential and my website analytics agreed.
The initial flaw I kept coming across when trying to work out why traffic wasn’t being drawn towards my website from Instagram, was there was no way I could direct traffic from an Instagram post to a specific blog post. I was supposed to completely rely on the single website link posted in my Instagram profile. Having to rely on my posts to engage followers enough to encourage them to make a minimum of two extra clicks more than any other network, just to get to my landing page, let alone to get to a specific article or recipe. I honestly couldn’t see that happening, in a world of ever growing impatiens internet users are growing less and less willing to work to find what they want – everything must be as instant as possible. Read the rest of this Tsu entry
Friday, November 13th, 2015 at 10:45 am
Tsu Posting Limits keep me creative, motivated and inspired
Tsu posting limits create a very powerful social media experience if you take posting limits with a positive mindset. They allow you to grow as a Tsu user because they push you towards creating quality content.
When Tsuvians see posting limits as an opportunity they create inspiring, motivating and creative content, they also will get much better at creating original content while working with posting limits.
So, when you START thinking POSITIVE about the Tsu Posting Limits you start to see and use Tsu in a very different way, it becomes a different social media experience and also a different social media journey. Read the rest of this Tsu entry
Wednesday, October 7th, 2015 at 6:12 pm
I’ve been an amateur writer on the web for fifteen years. I have had quite a bit of success on the dedicated writing sites, but over the last few years have seen diminishing returns on these sites.
Realizing that these sites are essentially dying because Google views them as content farms, I decided to abruptly stop writing on the main article writing sites and search for a much better tool to write on.
I joined a couple of social sites that paid and enjoyed them for a time. The main problem with writing on a social site is that generally the community is not interested in content; all they want to do is share memes, complain about life and talk with friends. Read the rest of this Tsu entry