Over the past several days, our team at Banshee Cloud has been working feverishly on a couple of new products that we’ve developed to further our mission to empower people and businesses using dominating technology. We could probably spend an entire series of blog posts discussing our mission. And perhaps we should. Certainly, the new products deserve their own write up as well. But I will hint that we are working on ways to give independent businesses and their owners the means to take their social media promotional programs to the next level, among other things.
Related to this, I was reviewing Fe’s work and one of her articles on social media got me to thinking. You see, with the intense work on our projects, I haven’t been interacting on social networks as much as I usually do. Sure I’ve been posting photos on Instagram during occasional breaks and replying to friends’ Facebook activity that I happen to notice when I go to check on our company pages. But I haven’t been spending as much time engaging with everyone online as I would like to.
Ironically though, I have been spending a lot of time researching social networks and reviewing media strategy with team members. So I’ve been connected to social media, but not in my own space. I guess you could say I’ve been spending most of my time at work and not at home, in the virtual sense.
The result of this “online workaholism” is that I’ve noticed a few things. I’ll share these observations of the course of several blog entries. Because my first observation is that brevity is necessary online.
Talk to you soon!