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Using ‘social media’ to get your ‘message’ out; #JoanWheeler does, but no one is listening to her!

by on November 27, 2013

Over time I have found various media avenues that offer different view-points on the same topic; adoption for instance. Each media has much to offer us, even if we may not always see ‘eye to eye’. Agreement is always NOT what you are looking for. Sometimes just putting yourself ‘out there’ does more for you than fighting to change another’s view point. 

I have a blog, a facebook account, a twitter account and an email account. There are ‘networking’ and ‘discussions’ within those as well. There are millions of them! So why not use them? Others do!

I recently noticed a blog post and left a comment on it. These people do good work! And, seeing that it promotes adoption I thought that they would be interested in ‘seeing’ my recent guest post on ‘Portrait of an adoption’ on

The Adoption Social is a ‘network’ for and about adoptions. They have a ‘weekly adoption shout out’ where they highlight various items of interests. Their tweeter account is @AdoptionSocial They may have a facebook account as well. In any event…here’s the link and my comment.

  1. gertmcqueen November 13, 2013 at 12:17 am

yes comments are very important but ALSO are the ‘hit’s or ‘looks’ that your blog or posts receive.
and when you are fortunate to get a ‘guest’ post those comments are all the more meaningful.

I recently had a guest post…please take a look… and thank you for all you do!

  1. Thanks so much for your words about The Adoption Social. We do indeed have a Facebook page, and have shared the guest post you refer to on Facebook.

    • your welcome, Vicki…
      thanks for your Facebook address and for sharing my guest post!
      best to all of you!

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