It really doesn’t hurt to follow this advice. If I may, I’d like tos share with all a small incident (albeit unrelated to this), which brought a glow inside me. I was at a railway inquiry queue. In my part of town cutting the line is norm. Infact so is breaking the simple rules and regulation. It took me like, maybe, 10 minutes to get to counter. A young fellow was looking to cut the line. I merely politely advised him to get in queue, assuring him it doesn’t take much time. The lady behind the counter quite appreciated my effort (though she gave him a earful 😦 ). I’m glad I was able to share something positive with 2 different people, on different levels though. To sum it up one good turn begets another. Just take an initiative. You never know what may magically happen. 🙂
Peace to All, Indraneel
When was the last time you tapped on a share button under a post you enjoyed reading? How fast do you respond to comments on your site? Do you follow back or LIKE on Facebook?
- I just recently realized how important those share button are at the bottom of each post. You know the ones I’m talking about don’t you? Twitter – Google – Facebook – Pinterest- the list goes on an and on. Comments and likes are great to receive, but if someone shares your content on another site such as these more and more traffic is led to your site. Just tap on that button and Volia! Your tweet or Facebook share or whatever you tapped on is on its way to the source with your site or name attached!
- Another important fact is how fast you respond to a comment or like on your site. Yes, we are…
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