The last rose of the season has something to say..

The last rose of the season has something to say..

It's an interesting topic...no?

Blogs are dead.

Facebook is where it's at...

No...google+ is where you want to be......

I found this very interesting article on twitter this morning: (Video Embed)

I study my analytics a lot.. it's really the only thing I've got to look at..and coming from someone that analyzed business statistics for so many years, I feel like I need some concrete information to justify my blog performance... 

My Facebook business page has some stuff I can look at with that regard..and I find myself frequently, yelling inside my head, "What is it that you people want from me?"

I put simple, quick information into Facebook almost every day to connect.. it's fast..fun... but I've been finding, that unless I pay-cash-money, my posts are not populating your brains. So...has Facebook recognized that since I have paid for placement (I run marketing ads once a month or so) in the past, I will always pay for placement?

It doesn't seem fair...and in fact, it seems like censorship... so what's a small business to do?

I like what this guy says about Twitter... and I like google+...but I don't use it as much as I should...

Has Facebook reached it's peak? It seems like there is room for everyone in a feed....just up to the reader to see how long they want to scroll....