online, at least.
Day 1: Flesh out your LinkedIn public profile.
Day 2: Try Posterous, a better way to blog and bookmark.
Day 3: Switch 10 of your Flickr photos to Creative Commons.
Day 4: Cull your crowd on Twitter.
Day 5: Watch this video.
Day 6: Revamp your RSS reading.
Day 7: Check in on your YouTube channel.
Day 8: Start segmenting your Facebook “friends.”
Day 9: Ratchet up your Facebook privacy settings.
Day 10: Lock your phone already.
Day 11: Review 3 things you’ve owned for 3 months.
Day 12: Actually follow the people on your Twitter Lists.
Day 13: See what your readers see.
Day 14: Recommend three great people on LinkedIn.
Day 15: Update your blogroll.
Day 16: Make it easier to subscribe to your blog.
Day 17: Create a picture that travels the Web with you.
Day 18: Get your Google Profile up to date.
Day 19: Delete those old, unused accounts.
Day 20: Flush out your Facebook apps.
Day 21: Set social network boundaries and stick to them.
Day 22: Learn five things you didn’t know about YouTube.
Day 23: Switch to Firefox or Chrome.
Day 24: Leave comments on three of your favorite blogs.
Day 25: Join your local Social Media Club.
Day 26: Highlight the best of your blog.
Day 27: Create a digital notepad of great blog ideas.
Day 28: Follow these seven PR and marketing mavens.
Day 29: Embrace SlideShare, and discover a whole new audience.
Day 30: Stop letting social media stress you out.
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