Category Archives: Being Liked

Like Me!

Some things never change.  One of them is the importance of “Likes” on my Facebook author’s page.  If you haven’t already clicked “Like,” I’d be grateful if you would do so.   FROM THE ARCHIVE: Time to “Like” me again. … Continue reading

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ONLY A FEW FRIENDS

All anyone needs is three to five close friends. This surprising (to me) information comes via Kate Murphy’s New York Times piece, Do Your Friends Actually Like You? That title caught my attention because it hadn’t occurred to me that … Continue reading

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FOMO

Do you suffer from FOMO? Fear Of Missing Out is currently linked to social media. Apparently some people just can’t stay away from Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for fear that they are missing out on something all their friends are … Continue reading

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“Like” Me

In the wonderful world of webiness, the number of “Likes” on Facebook, Twitter, blogs and advertising pages of all sorts, is what counts—and possibly all that counts. Every vendor page I’ve ever perused begs me to “Like” it on Facebook; some … Continue reading

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