Let’s just say I’m really good about curating my ideas into tombs or mausoleums. Maybe one day I can be a very well-paid (and verbose) idea crypt keeper.
Recently, my friend Laurie Ruettimann shared some of her unwritten blog post ideas. That inspired me to drag the
corpses titles into the daylight.
Here’s a whole bunch of blog post titles I started, thought of, never finished, or published:
- A few thoughts on prioritizing social media over real life
- Social consumerism, or how to get stranger’s friends to buy crap
- Facebook isn’t for deep thoughts
- How I (don’t) blog
- The YouTube time warp, or 72 hours in a minute
- Your social media signs are worthless
- What frictionless sharing is really like
- Social networks for selling crap
- Social networks don’t tell stories
- The one true way to blog
- Performance in the age of the timeline
- Why you get angry over whiny tweets
- Social media holiday gift guide
- Social media and coercing
- On Klout
- Follower churn
- How many screens do we need?
- What the hell do you plan to accomplish on social media?
- Who the hell do you plan to talk to on social media?
- Is the personal brand the online identity unifier?
- Is online identity anything like real identity?
- Tech writing is a bunch of mysteries and nonsense
- Your brand is arrogant for wanting engagement
- Your connection are feeble
- A retweet doesn’t say you matter
- You can’t have sharing both ways
- Behind the scenes of a customer service tweet
- Social media and TV
- Why do guys on Twitter always describe themselves as Husband and Father?
- Who came up with a crappy idea like smart phone learning?
There you go. A whole month of social media blogging that I’v e avoided or thought was too boring to actually post.
What are the titles that you haven’t written yet?