People often ask me what my daily schedule is. So, I have decided to answer this question in this article.
The first part of my workday is dedicated to content curation. I check out all the emails sent by the blogs and platforms (Paper.li, Scoop.it, LinkedIn Today, Social Media Today, Social Media Examiner, etc.) I follow, read the articles with the most appealing titles, and leave comments. I select the best content and share it on Scoop.it, Twitter, Pinterest as well as my Google+ profile.
I then visit Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn to follow people’s conversations, see what they share, comment on their content, and respond to their messages.
The next step is to go through the second batch of emails I receive, which are all related to my job as a journalist: press releases and pitches from independent artists and entrepreneurs interested in being interviewed and/or having their products reviewed. It usually is during that time that I select the articles I will write for Examiner.com and Digital Journal, and that I answer service inquiries.
Another of my favorite activities is monitoring online conversations.
Monitoring also allows me to know who talks about me and shares my content on social media platforms. I like to spend some time every day acknowledging and engaging with this audience.
I try to write at least one article every day.
The numbers below are just an average. They will vary depending on the day. For example, weekends are usually much lighter.
Total: 8 and a half hours.
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