Digging a GraveBy Susie
Through Social Networking by connecting with a variety of people and making friends through various networks. But yet, the rules and regulations seem to change daily, or do not apply for the small & medium fish in the sea as they do for the whales.
On-Line social networking activity has come to the forefront in the last year, connecting people of similar interests as well as completely different niches, beliefs and opinions.
With the millions of blogs and websites that now grace our online world, can we possibly keep up with all the reading material that is at our fingertips from our friends in our networks? Sometimes we may over look a feed that comes through and miss something we really like.
Many social networking sites offer a way to “shout” out what you are doing, or give you a simple thumbs up button to pass along to your friends to let them know you are interested in a specific piece of online material. Why is it now, with these functions being in place, that it’s the little guys that suffer, get banned and get booted from the system, to loose what they have worked so hard to acquire. Enveloping their time in getting their reputations back?
It is people that drive the social networking sites, but who is it that deems they are not worthy to be able to submit what they feel is a good cause? If we have a good cause and want to get the word out, with the functions in place to be used, why are so many suffering from a ban of the material they feel is legit?
How can the small and medium fish get the word out there for someone to take notice, social networking was developed for this very purpose. Who is rewarded on the social networking sites? Who get’s the notoriety? How do they get it? Why is it that so many of the same people are the one’s that are always on the top and don’t get banned?
Many questions from a fairly new blogger….I am sure I am not alone.