I sort of mocked the new poll feature on Twitter. And by “sort of”, I mean I did. It was rude.
After a few silly polls, I realized this thing wasn’t going away and thought, “Hey! I can ask people stuff on here!”
So I posed a serious question to my Tweeps…
For writers, which is the better social media: Pinterest or Instagram?
I know. Mind-blowing.
But I really wanted to know this. Most of you are aware that I’m not interested in spending more time on social media. If I decide to get a new account, I need it to be beneficial.
I’m not sure how many writers actually saw the question, which was only up for 24 hours, but I did get an answer. And here it is:
And I am back where I started. So now I’m using my blog as a poll. A better poll. I will get answers. I will know who voted. I will receive explanations as to why people voted the way they did. Right? Of course right. Thanks, gentle readers.
Really, if you think about it, blogs are just big polls.
(Related ‘Thought Bubble’)
My Sunday thoughts in 200 words or less.
Whether or not you saw this or voted, what are your thoughts? As a writer, which social media platform is most beneficial? And if I get a tie, I’m going to send you low-fat, sugar-free cupcakes until you vote. Oh, yes, they do exist. Don’t make me send fat-free…
Ooh! Also, I’ll give a gold star ⭐ to the first person to give the correct number of times the word “poll” (or “polls”) was used in this one poor post.
ETA: You know, the answer could be 11, 12, 13…less or more. Because I didn’t specify if you were to count the words in the title, photos, or tags. So… “YOU get a star! YOU get a star! YOU get a star! Everybody gets a star!”