As an avid gamer I like to keep up with news in the gaming world. So, I follow many different content creators and people that are heavily involved in gaming on twitter. While scrolling through Twitter there's always one type of post that I consistently see and that's people complaining about the customer service for … Continue reading The Worst Customer Service Company in the Gaming Industry
You have an issue with a pair of jeans you ordered. They have been damaged you call but no one answers. Customer service didn’t exist, you would be stuck with the destroyed jeans and your hard money was wasted, no one was there to answer your questions or help you. Customer service and why … Continue reading Customer service, is it that important?
Are you a glutton for punishment and like being insulted? Then posting negative reviews about Sgambati’s New York Pizza might be for you! “Hug your haters” is the advice author Jay Baer would have given the New York style pizza place “Sgambati’s”, unfortunately, Mr. Baer never got the chance. The result is the train wreck … Continue reading Would You Like Some Insults with Your Pizza??
Social media is an amazing place to be. Having the freedom to find certain content and talk about it with other viewers and their creators is a fun activity for me. Whether it's between friends or simply interacting with strangers online, there's always someone to talk about something with. As the world becomes more and … Continue reading Interacting With The World
Social media has the potential to make or break a songwriter's career. I am a singer/songwriter/vocal producer for a band called PEGASIS. My sisters and I, along with my brother-in-law, make up the core members of this band but we're always joined with friends on drums, bass, and sometimes, a horn section. As our band's … Continue reading Independent Artists: Not Just Songwriters Anymore
Social media benefits us in many ways like keeping up with family, friends, and our favorite artists. It also helps us to share ideas with the world and get others' opinions on things. There is a safe way to do this to find people that think the same way you do. Social media has many … Continue reading The importance of social media
You can discover ways to use social media for your own benefit. As I became older, I observed how the world around me is continuously evolving—whether it is new politics, new updates on people's lives, or discovering new information. I learned all of this information through a screen, particularly my phone's screen while using apps … Continue reading Be a Creator not a Consumer
I am the type of person that typically would rather scroll through social media and lurk instead of posting. This ultimately hinders my future goals, since I would like to take on commissions and other freelance work. Posting my work on the various platforms I have is a must since it’ll be a way for … Continue reading Overcoming Social Media Anxiety
This is just one mans opinion. Shared, tagged, liked, disliked, #notforeveryone. I am very friendly, I get along well with others, I make people laugh, and I engage people all the time. I have no problem standing up in a front of a room full of people directing a meeting, and I have no problems … Continue reading Everywhere, anytime, anything, with anyone, without even moving.
I have been active on social media for over half my life, which is crazy to think about. I remember begging my mom to let me make a Facebook at ten years old because all my friends had one, and of course I needed one too. Eventually she budged, and I created my first social … Continue reading Growing Up Connected: why social media is important to me