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rakuiboulhasan
Apr 28, 2022
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rakuiboulhasan
Jan 31, 2022
In Welcome to the Food Forum
Let's start with my "problem". In a matter of social networks I am married to Twitter . I don't want or need another. In fact, this "monogamous relationship" is starting to get the better of me. I've started to wonder if leaving Twitter is more helpful than staying on it.Twitter brings me many benefits on a personal and professional levelI love Twitter. I've been here almost 4 years now. At first I didn't get the hang of it and it was like 6-9 months without giving it much use, hovering around 60-90 followers following the same number of people at that time. Suddenly, without being able to explain it, things changed. I started to use Twitter more and had a good time doing it. I have passed all the natural cycles described by Javier Ruiz Robles in Bloguismo . I am in the dosage phase since social networks are not as high a priority for me as spending time on the blog.With all the good that Twitter is giving me in terms of reader feedback, interactions with people or just to have a good time, it seems strange that I could consider leaving my account. Not everything is positive.I start to Acheter une base de données sit overwhelmed because of TwitterDespite all the benefits that this social network brings me, it also has its negative sides. When Kilian was born less than 10 days ago, I spent 72 hours with no activity on Twitter. I didn't respond to tweets and I didn't broadcast my new posts like I normally do. Sure, I had the perfect “excuse” given that my son had just been born. I was relieved that I didn't always have to be on the lookout for someone tweeting at me that I needed to reply to. I have that "bad habit" of wanting to be with everyone and immediately whether you go to me on Twitter or contact me on the blog. I consider it simply a matter of being polite. The fact of being around here means that there will be people who are going to address you. If you don't want to answer just leave or don't come in. It's how I see things. I like to be faithful to my own principles.I like radical solutions. You can't rule anything out. So why not be consistent and leave Twitter? Obviously I lose many things but in life you can't have everything. You have to make decisions and bear the consequences. Everyone says that you have to be yes or yes on social networks. Maybe it's the perfect time to retire... 😉
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