My (relatively) recent resolution to maintain my social media consumption and production, has waned in the past couple of weeks. The usual excuses; lots to do; busy at work; busy at home…
I spent the weekend with family and friends only wasting fleeting moments checking work e-mail to make sure all was well with the world.
And it was.
Until Sunday evening.
Checking my personal e-mail, I was alarmed to find loads and loads and loads of new poor unfortunates following me on Twitter.
That’s when the guilt kicked in.
I haven’t blogged in weeks and my consumption of blogs, RSS, Twitter and Facebook has been tardy lately.
Now I feel pressure to get back on top of it.
Of course, unlike a diet, which is happy to fade into the background, social media is more aggressive in reminding you of your inertia.
So like all good addicts, I will once again clamber onto the social media bicycle and start peddling.
I guess this is Guilt 2.0.
Sorry I meant to add that the source of all these new followers (hello!) is a post by Valeria Maltoni on 100 PR People Worth Following on Twitter. As someone who made the very first iteration of the Power 150 and is now struggling to make the “Less Powerful 500” I am of course delighted with my inclusion, though mindful of the fact that I won’t make the next update…