Aug 13, 2011

Tips for Managing Social Networking Burnout
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Written by : janlgordon| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itContent Curation, Social Media and Beyond

This is a great piece if you’re too plugged in and need to manage your online life.

Here are just a couple of tips………   Intro:   “Suffering from social networking burnout? Here are some tips to help manage your digital life.

1. Take stock of the sites you have joined or may want to join. CheckUserNames will show you 160 social networking sites and search them to determine if your name or brand is available for an account or if it’s already been taken. (Sorry, John Smiths.)

2. Streamline. If you’re often logging into multiple social networks to repost the same content, sites like OnlyWire, Ping.fm and HelloTxt let you update several networks with a single mouse click.
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