It’s an excellent point. I’m trying to refocus on more in person interactions. That illusion of EXPOSURE you get on social really is addictive.
— Tenebrous Kate (@tenebrouskate) February 11, 2018
As social media twists and contorts to make money for investors and board members (think ALGORITHMS vs chronologically arranged timelines), it’s getting harder for media outlets, writers, metal trivia hosts (ahem), and all sorts of creative people to get noticed.
Truth: a blog post about a celeb wearing a Megadeth shirt will get more clicks than a smartly written interview with a fascinating artist. That’s just the way it is!
But Facebook and algorithms can’t take away our face to face conversations, or our emails, or our text messages! So take heart, my creative lovelies – we were creative before social media, and we’ll be around long after Facebook closes their doors.