What To Do When Social Media Damage Your Blog


Hello recent followers and readers,

Social media has a grip on our lives. Almost everybody is all-day, all week, all year, and every second busy with their social media. 

There are new tools and features rolling out for their users.

Having all those media tools: is too boost social bondage.  

That cost you in:

  • True friendship.
  • Appreciate friends.
  • Motivation.
  • Time.
  • Excel.
  • Creativity.

In the long run, you pay the price in your social life, and that can cripple, damage you and your blog or business.


What To Do? 

The main question is, knowing what the end goal is, and is it worth it? If not, then you should delete it and make a list if it’s useful.

  • Limit the use of the internet by having a business or blog hours.
  • Close and delete accounts you don’t use.
  • Disconnect from the internet on Mondays or the weekend.
  • Don’t download tough things that you can’t delete.
  • Make a social media list.

My social media table. This table is about how useful, needed, and practical are the things we find on the internet.

* Choices = delete or limit.

UsefulNeededPractialStayDeleteChoice
Communication Apps NoNoNoNoYesDelete
TV StationsYesNoNoYesNoLimit
GPS AppsYesNoYesNoYesLimit
Games HubYesNoNoNoYesDelete
Life Streaming AppsYesNoYesYesNoLimit
Music AppsNoNoYesNoYesDelete
Selfie AppsNoNoNoNoYesDelete

Conclusion.

Social media can be your best friend if you have no privacy issues.

The damage will come when you have a business because you have to think twice about what you upload on the internet.

Your online image must reflect your blog, brand, or offers.

Limiting the use and changing your viewpoint about privacy can help you in the long run.

Using my free social media, TV, or Apps blocking table can help you delete unwanted stuff and make smarter choices.


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