Taking control of your digital life

Recently, I noticed that more and more social media accounts are being removed or banned, but it wasn't until someone I knew personally complained about both his business and personal account being removed that I witnessed the true severity of the issue.

So many people rely on social media platforms to connect with their audience - but have relatively little control of their data once it's on Facebook, Instagram etc...

Of course in this day and age there are a lot of people who's careers rely on these platforms persisting and keeping their accounts live.

But what happens when your account is blocked, deleted or the platform itself collapses? What is your back up plan? Or perhaps it's something simpler... You are having to compete with an "algorithm" that prevents your content from being seen by everyone.

My response to this would be to create a website, the access point to all your data. By all means utilise social media channels to promote your brand - but centralise your data and publish it on your on terms.

We live in a day and age where one man can buy a social media giant... How is that any different to a stranger buying your credit card details online?

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