Attitudes to information-sharing have changed with the internet explosion.
In the spirit of raising online profiles and extending marketing reach, internet users can blog on any topic they fancy in the hope their hints, tips and content will reverberate around the planet through tweets, likes and prolific sharing.
We take “Googling it” for granted if we have a question; we can tweet, blog and share at the touch of a button if we have content “burning” or when we want to get something off our chests.
I had been wandering around WordPress, looking for ideas of how to review my website graphically, when I came across Rarasaur recommending and sharing information about Tagxedo word clouds as a way to illustrate the “vibes” of your website. I followed his steer and put my website through its paces. Happily, the results were positive; I could even style the results into the shape of a tick, which seems only right when you consider what I do for a living! What a great way to test your website and review your activities.
My thanks go out to the profusion of the internet for bringing instantaneous information-sharing to the masses, and to Rarasaur for blogging about just what I wanted to know – just when I wanted to know it.
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