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Don't Let Facebook Rob Your Time

If you're a blogger or internet marketer, I know Facebook is one of the sites you use for marketing and promoting your stuff. It's not only limited to blog post or article, but anything you want to promote online. Regardless if you do this on your profile page, group page or fan page.

I use Facebook to share my new content with my friends. However, I usually found myself scrolling down my timeline and checking what my friends were sharing. I unconsciously wasted a lot of time and my true purpose has been set aside. And then in the end, hours have been passed by and somewhat; I became a little bit guilty. It seems I turned out to be unproductive and Facebook stole my precious time.

This is where we can prove that it's not outside force that's responsible for our actions but we, ourselves. If we have a clear goal in the first place on what we need to accomplish every day, then no matter what temptations come in our way, we'll never let them take our attention. Everything we want to happen starts all in our mind. We just need to put them into action.

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google Plus can really help us in our online business and internet marketing. It's up to us what things we should prioritize. There is a time for playing and there is a time for working. Don't mix them up as it will surely confuse you and will result in unfinished business.

Anyway, I write it not just to tell you to utilize this social networking site intelligently but to remind myself to use my time effectively and never let them control me.

I hope you like it and if you love Facebook, please let me know your thoughts about this. Thank you.


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