Social Media Use and Presence — How Much is Enough? SL030

episode 30 is about finding the balance of our social media presence as a smutlancer

I’m back from a convention that wasn’t about business but purely about fun. Even though I’m going through con-drop, I’m also re-evaluating my relationship with social media. Not just as a private individual, but also as someone who wants to make a career online. I have no answers in this week’s episode. Only questions for all of us to consider.

In this episode:

  • This week’s episode is brought to you by QuickBooks Self Employed
  • Pen name vs real name
  • Total anonymity versus a few boundaries
  • Sharing all of your feelings, good and bad, or not
  • Politics or religion — a personal choice
  • How much can we limit our social media presence and still be a recognizable brand?
  • What (if anything) do we lose by limiting social media? I gain peace of mind and clarity, but as a brand, is there a downside to backing off Twitter and other social media platforms?

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About The Author

Kayla Lords

I am an erotic author, sex blogger, podcaster, freelance writer, an opinionated marketer, and a speaker with a focus on BDSM and D/s. Here at The Smutlancer, I help people who want to create content or products about sex get paid to do it. I'm sharing what I've learned as a freelancer and a sex blogger to build a career. You can find me online sharing my innermost sexual thoughts and experiences and helping kinksters have healthy BDSM relationships. I'm also a masochistic babygirl submissive with an amazing and sadistic Daddy Dom and business partner, John Brownstone.

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