Some quick ways to get me to block/unfollow you on social media

TL;DR:  If you spam my ass with things about your book or tag me in events, videos, and other things I’m not actually involved with, then the odds are good that I’m going to block you.

Entering the busiest part of my convention season means I’m meeting a lot of new folks.

Which means more and more social media connections.

So I’m going to point you to a couple of key posts that you probably should be aware of if you’ve decided to interact with me on Facebook, Twitter, or whereverthehell online.

You should Grok Twitter (and Social Media):
https://ideatrash.net/2014/01/grokking-twitter-why-of-social-media.html

You should check out Wendig’s rules that govern his online existence

http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2015/02/23/the-social-media-rules-that-govern-my-slapdash-online-existence/

and his 25 Things Writers Should Know About Social Media

http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2011/08/23/25-things-writers-should-know-about-social-media/

But if you don’t read those, most importantly – and I mean most importantly – if you spam my ass with things about your book or tag me in events, videos, and other things I’m not actually involved with, then the odds are good that I’m going to block your ass.

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