#SharingSundays is probably one of the easiest events to host on Facebook. It only asked anyone who writes articles online to share their most recent post on my Facebook fan page.
While it is optional to visit and share the articles shared on #SharingSundays, it is definitely a good opportunity for any blogger to connect and widen their blog circle. I know that this event has helped some bloggers out there as some have contacted me.
It’s not an event that is mainstream, but I am thinking of trying it on Twitter as well for Thursdays. This also means I may open a reminder newsletter that will be for both the Facebook and Twitter event! Interested? Let me know in a comment here.
#SharingSundays Recap 2013 Volume 21
Karen Woodham how to organize your Twitter lists to enhance your experience in her article How to Get Yourself Organised With Twitter Lists (revisited).
Devesh Sharma introduces the premium WordPress theme company called Organic Themes in his article Theme Studio Profile: Organic Themes.
Suresh Khanal explains how unattractive it is to beg for Facebook likes and provides a more acceptable way to ask for them in his article Begging Facebook Likes & Earning Them Quick!.
Sherryl Perry recaps on some finds on several social networks in her article Friday Finds: Pinterest, Amazon Collections, Twitter Vine and Instagram.
Amrik Virdi compares 4 different photo sites like Flickr, DeviantArt, 500px and Behance in his article Top 4 Photography Sites Compared.
Sriram shares a guide to Facebook advertising in his article Advertising on Facebook: A complete guide for getting success.
Steve Vernon talks about the basic human needs psychology in his article How Do You Meet Your Basic Human Needs?
If you noticed, I am no longer just sharing the name, title, and link like in older #SharingSundays recaps, but I am also writing a micro summary. I hope that you enjoy these articles as much as I have, and hope to see you next Sunday for #SharingSundays.