The Classic Route to Climbing Social Media Rankings.

I didn’t expect a book published 111 years ago would have much to say about social media in the 21st century. I was wrong.

Edith Jones Wharton (1862-1937), known to her close friends as Pussy Jones, knew a thing or three about social climbing. The phrase keeping up with the Joneses is believed to refer to her father’s family.

The fight to climb the ranks of social media may have replaced the race for best seats at the opera but the rules of the game are much the same. Wharton can teach you how…(read on).IMG_1596

8 thoughts on “The Classic Route to Climbing Social Media Rankings.

  1. Very fab indeed. Love the sentence: ‘Social aspirations tend to lead one to choosing, repeatedly and frequently, between integrity and selling one’s soul.’ Much better to be yourself and not give two hoots. x

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    1. Thanks Sam. I don’t aspire to fame or fortune but I have to admit that I crave that ‘gold star on my copybook’ feeling. That’s probably one of the reasons I blog. Gold stars are few and far between in the life of a suburban housewife!

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