This week, Daily (w)rite crossed 400,000 hits and 30,000 followers. To mark the occasion, the blog now has a Facebook Page, where I hope to discuss all things Reading, Writing, Travel, and maybe a bit of Social awareness / Culture/ Philosophy.
Not a fan, but tons of folks are on it, folks who don’t have a blog and never will, but are interested in the same topics as me.
Hoping everyone here, my cherished blog friends, can also join the discussion there. I don’t plan to update more than once or twice a week, so I won’t flood your timelines. Also, having nothing to promote, (hopefully) won’t have annoying “author promotion” posts. For those of you not on Facebook, I’m only too happy to stay connected with you here.
In the spirit of connections, maybe all of us who comment and chat at this space could connect on other social media as well. Some of you I already chat with on Twitter and Facebook, but others, not so much. A lot of us are on G+ too, and on Goodreads.
So without further ado, would like to connect with you on any and all of the following social media profiles:
Facebook: Like I said, this page would be for us folks to get together and chat about stuff of interest to all of us.
Twitter: Active here and I love chatting with tweet buddies. Not a fan of promo posts flooding my timeline though.
Goodreads: Here as D. Biswas. I put up my books from time to time, but it is exhausting to update all the books I read all the time.
Google+ : Super-active here. Not so much on posts– I post very little, but I read a lot, and am a fan of the +1 button. I comment every now and then.
Pinterest : Not really very active here. I use this site mainly to find images for writing prompts.
That’s my sum-total on social media. Each bolded out social media name links to my profiles.
Want to follow all of you on your social media profiles, so please leave yours in the comments. (If your comment with your profiles doesn’t immediately appear, it is only because links go in for moderation– I’ll be deluged with spam otherwise. I’ll approve them as I see them.) And while everyone is putting up their social media links, we can all give each other some social media love by following each other? I sound like a social media orgy or lovefest, I know, but seriously don’t see the harm. Everyone who comments on here is someone we might all like to hear from.
Perfectly fine if you don’t want to take part in this social-media-fest of sorts. And feel free to tell me off, if you don’t. We’re not trying any social media marketing or optimization exercises here. Just want to have some fun, and strengthen a few friendships!
To those interested in the “Follows”: What social media are you on? Am I already following you? If not, won’t you leave me your deets?