Why RSS Still Beats Facebook and Twitter for Tracking News

You’d be forgiven for thinking RSS died off with the passing of Google Reader, but our old friend Really Simple Syndication (or Rich Site Summary) still has a role to play on the web of 2017. It’s faster, more efficient, and you won’t have to worry as much about accidentally leaking your news reading habit to all your Facebook friends. Whether you’ve never heard of it before or you’ve abandoned it for pastures new, here’s why you should be using RSS for your news instead of social media. Go to  the source and read this excellent article by David Nield: Why RSS Still Beats Facebook and Twitter for Tracking News 

How to Save 10 Hours Each Week While Still Crushing it on Social Media

Neil Patel writes:

You know what’s great about social media marketing? Major social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are free to use. Sure, paid ads are almost a necessity on virtually every popular social media platform if you want to ensure you’re actually reaching the right people. But, at its core, it’s still free to get the ball […]

I think the single biggest issue in social media is how do I add it to my overflowing plate and still have time for dinner. Go t othe source if you’re interested in time saving ideas!

Source: How to Save 10 Hours Each Week While Still Crushing it on Social Media