Facebook Can Become So Frustrating

…as can other Social Media outlets!

 

Take jazz for instance. Whatever is posted, whatever is featured, it’s here today and gone tomorrow as it sinks rapidly lower down the list of billions of entries.

So much so that some items are inclined to receive scant attention. I use Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin to cross reference items posted here on Jazz&Jazz but I question any in-depth, lasting value in this – so fleeting are the entries.

I launched jazz&jazz.com back in 2011 and 1,226 items are now available at your finger tips by scrolling though the site or using SEARCH JAZZ&JAZZ to the right.

So, instead of following my jazz entries on Social Media, I would much rather jazz enthusiasts visit Jazz&Jazz regularly to keep up with the posts, features and announcements. What’s more, I would also welcome your comments in Speak Your Mind below each post.

A good place to start would be with my latest feature:

JAZZ&JAZZ … Rebooting the Strategy! 
Jazz&Jazz Features can have a far greater impact than
fleeting Social Media posts!

There is also my Jazz&Jazz YouTube Channel! 

PLUS COMMENTS AND VIEWS CAN BE POSTED AND EXCHANGED HERE ON JAZZ&JAZZ WITH EVEN GREATER IMPACT THAN ON FACEBOOK!

Take for instance the comments, views and exchanges recently posted on
“Just Jazz May 2018 Editorial Lamentations”

So I implore you, in the interest of jazz, give it a go! Not just once but regularly. As regularly as you use Facebook. In fact rather than using Facebook!

In the words of that oh so annoying TV ad Schwarzenegger image “Do it now”!

Peter M Butler
Editor & Proprietor
Jazz&Jazz

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