Organizing and Social Media – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival
What’s social media got to do with organizing? Quite a lot, if you think about it. Consider these examples:
- You can use Pinterest to organize ideas and projects.
- You can organize your contacts on Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms by making use of the list feature.
- Social media is often seen as a productivity killer.
And that’s just off the top of my head!
With this in mind, I invited my readers to share their blog posts about Organizing and Social Media. As you read their posts, please take a moment to share your favorites and/or this post with your network, using these hashtags: #POBC #organizingsocialmedia
|Nancy Haworth||Not Pinterest Perfect||ontaskorganizing.com|
|Stacey Agin Murray||How To Organize Your Blog: Organizing Tips for Beginner Bloggers||organizedartistry.com|
|Hazel Thornton||Organize Your Facebook News Feed for Serenity Now!||org4life.com|
|Natalie Gallagher||3 Powerful Productivity Apps to Help You Get Things Done||refinedroomsllc.com|
|Audrey Cupo||Digital Decluttering||4abetterspace.com|
|Andi Willis||What Happens to Your Social Media When You Die?||goodlifeorganizing.net|
|Linda Samuels||Are You Suffering From Continuous Partial Attention?||theothersideoforganized.com|
|Janet Barclay||Social Media and Time Management||organizedassistant.com|
|Christi Hamby-Sowder||Taming the technology beast…by ignoring it (kind of)||neaterdigs.com|
I sincerely thank everyone who contributed to this month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival.
I hope you’ll participate next time, when the topic will be Going Green. You have until 7 PM EST on Tuesday, April 16 to make your submission.
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