Have a fun trip, Ruth. I’m sharing my Toastmaster learned technique of trying to give helpful evaluation. If you all hate it, let me know. I find it incredibly helpful and would invite you all to do the same to me whether you would want it in return or no. And please tell me honestly. It would only mean that I wouldn’t share publicly what I’m doing. I find the exercise so helpful to my own process. The basic rules are…find something you like and find three ways to make it stronger. So I’ll be choosing something I really, really, REALLY like and challenging myself to make it better.
And of course the two that Henneke chose jumped out at me as well…so I’ll search for another.
How to protect your online profiles without spending insane amounts of time
I love the words “protect,” “spending,” and “insane.” I’m now trying to think of how the title can be more specific. The 15 minutes in your other posts was one way. And I do love that. Maybe understanding what I’m trying to protect them from?
How to Safe-Guard Your Online Identity and Protect Yourself from Unscrupulous Scrapers Without Spending an Insane Amount of Time.
And yes, Americans tend to capitalize more in their title case…and to be less consistent than the Brits.
Not sure if I like mine…it’s a bit long. But I like the Safe-Guard, UnScrupulous, Scrapers, Spending, and InSane. And I may not totally understand what specific benefit you are touting.
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