What makes a good Social Media Heading? Something that gives. Importance to what? I was just asking myself that very question, whether we should leave importance up to the reader or include it ourselves, whether its our professional responsibility to spell things out clearly or leave it up to the reader to pick things up and fill things in for themselves, to what degree makes people feel smart upon reading and how to achieve positive minds and minds that feel benefited from having read anything that’s been written, for good purpose, for good purpose writers write. It’s very challenging, time consuming work, not something, we take lightly criticism, if anything, we joked on Facebook, why are you texting President Trump like a New Yorker, because he’s a New Yorker, like I’m talking to WSJ like a New Yorker, because they’re New Yorkers, I’m funny in that way. Just being cute.
Social Media I once joked as writing on Twitter (2013-2016) as though I was “straight retarded” I shouted in Westwood, that was not the case, never, in a lawsuit, I had to take down all my writings, about life and all my famous quotes, my first quotes, as a writer. What is lost is lost, has only just begun, and everything meaningful forward, is what counts, and anything back which is to be protected or forgotten, rightfully so has been dealt with in such a way to cause grievous consequences to my health, to what understanding only my Attorney knows, only he knows, not of concern to me now, but trust him always, he knows best. I think I’m a much better writer now, cognizant of myself and others, more concerned with image, better suited now, conservative. We learn lessons, best from our own experiences, not the experiences of others, why slow learners are the best learners.
Pick Up Topics of Discussion:
- Whether Headings Should Be Smart
- Whether Social Media Should Be Left Reading Level: Stupid or Detail Oriented
- Whether We Should Leave Gaps in Headings: Make You Go Huh