Welcome to second step in our free professional learning series on building your PLN.

In the first step, we unpacked the definition of a PLN and looked at the benefits of being a connected educator.

You may now be wondering how to begin building your own PLN.

The aim of this step is to:

  1. Offer an overview of how to build a PLN
  2. Provide a snapshot of some tools educators use to connect with their PLN
  3. Share tips for connecting with educators from around the globe
  4. Discuss barriers to building a PLN

The Networked Teacher

Around a decade ago, Alec Couros created two diagrams that have been shared thousands of times.

This first diagram demonstrates how a teacher would traditionally connect and learn.

Image by Alec Couros, CC CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

This diagram of “The Networked Teacher” demonstrates just some of the ways that educators can connect now that technology is at their fingertips. Note, the “old” ways of connecting are still there.

The Networked Teacher diagram by Alec Couros showing the different media that educators can connect with -- blogs, social bookmarking, chat etc.
Image by Alec Couros (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Alec’s brother George reminds us that the arrows go back and forth and it’s not only about what you consume but what you create. You can give as well as receive.

What Tools Are Used?

Teachers from all over the globe are online and learning together, but where exactly do you find these teachers and develop working relationships with them?

In a 2016 study called “Together we are better: Professional Learning Networks For Teachers”, K-12 teachers were asked how they use PLNs.

The most popular tool in the sample was Twitter with 53% of participants indicating that they used this tool to connect with others.

Other popular tools listed in the survey included blogs, Edmodo, Facebook, Discovery Education Network, and Pinterest.

84% of survey participants indicated that they use more than one medium or site.

How Are Teachers Connecting On Online Platforms?

Teachers use social media and other online spaces in a variety of ways to connect with their PLN.

Here are ten examples:

  1. Twitter — Educators follow people they’re interested in, ranging from “thought leaders” to everyday teachers in a similar subject area or age group. Teachers also use hashtags to follow topics of interest, and join Twitter chats to discuss ideas in real time. Be sure to follow Edublogs and CampusPress on Twitter. The next step in this series will explain how to start using Twitter.
  2. Facebook — Educators follow pages and profiles of people and businesses involved in education. They also join Facebook groups to post questions, ask for feedback, and respond to others. Visit our Edublogs Facebook page and Facebook for Education to start learning something new.
  3. Instagram — You can follow educators to get new ideas for lessons, activities, learning spaces and more. Hashtags make it easy to search for topics you’re interested in. Check out Tony Vincent’s Guide to Instagram For Teachers.
  4. Pinterest — Pinterest is ultimately a ‘discovery engine’ and is becoming a go-to for many educators looking for fresh ideas, resources, and connections. Be sure to follow Edublogs on Pinterest!
  5. Blogs — Blogs play an important role in most educators’ PLNs. This might include reading blogs from a variety of different people or writing your own blog. Visit Step Five of this series for more information.
  6. Email newsletters — There might be an educator, thought leader, or blogger who you really enjoy following. Chances are, they have an email newsletter that you can subscribe to for free to have curated news and contented delivered straight to inbox!
  7. Voxer — This walkie-talkie like tool can be used as an app on your mobile device or on your computer. Educators can engage in both synchronous and asynchronous conversations about their professional practice. Learn more in this article on Voxer by Amy Heavin.
  8. YouTube — Video is a powerful medium. Many teachers enjoy following a selection of YouTube channels to keep up to date with a variety of topics. Check out Kasey Bell’s 20 YouTube Channels for Educators to find some channels that might interest you.
  9. LinkedIn — Considered a “professional” social networking platform, educators can connect with a large community of professionals on LinkedIn. Explore this collection of 25 LinkedIn groups for networking teachers via Fractus Learning.

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Popular ways educators are learning with their PLN Edublogs Teacher Challenge

Tips For Developing Relationships

PLNs are all about relationships! Here are a few tips to consider as you begin to build your PLN.

  1. Invest some time in building your PLN. Set aside even 15 or 20 minutes a day and you’ll build momentum in no time.
  2. PLNs work both ways. Remember, the more you share, the more you’ll find you receive in return.
  3. Try different tools. There are so many different forms of social media, online tools, and ways to connect. Dip your toes in and see how educators are using various tools.
  4. Find tools that work best for you. While it’s definitely worth giving things a try, not every platform is for everyone. Choose to dedicate time to the tools you enjoy and find the most rewarding.
  5. Follow up with people. If someone connects with you whether it’s through a tweet, blog comment, Facebook group, or any platform, thank them, ask a question, and get to know them. These are the building blocks of forming a relationship.
  6. Ask for help. If you find someone who already has a number of connections (on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or wherever) ask them to introduce you to others. Don’t be afraid to ask for help when you’re figuring out how various platforms work either.
  7. Curate wisely. If you want to share interesting resources with people in your PLN, make sure you read beyond a headline and share things you think will be truly useful.
  8. Diversify. Try to connect with people with diverse opinions and points of view. It’s easy for “birds of a feather to flock together”, however, sometimes there is more to gain from communicating with a range of people from different backgrounds.
  9. Involve your students. Once you get to know a few educators, you might start to think about ways you can connect your students. Check out our Edublogger’s Guide To Global Collaboration for lots of ideas.
  10. Spread the word. As you begin to explore PLNs and online communities, share this information with others in your school or district. Maybe they don’t realize this wonderful virtual opportunity exists!

Barriers To Creating A PLN

In our first step, we looked at many of the advantages of building a PLN. If the benefits of being a connected educator are clear, what holds so many teachers back from building their own PLN?

Perhaps the first obstacle is that many teachers simply don’t know about PLNs. They don’t know there are thousands of educators from around the world who are online connecting, collaborating, and learning together.

Furthermore, Tom Whitby has outlined three deterrents to educators using PLNs as a tool for ongoing learning.

The PLN is a mindset, not the outcome of a workshop or the PD offered annually by many school districts. It is not a one-shot fix.

Teachers have learned through the “sit and get” model for generations. This mindset shift where you need to realize that you are responsible for your own learning and you can take control can be difficult to adapt to.

Additionally, prioritizing the investment in time that building a PLN requires would certainly be an obstacle for some. Step seven in this series offers some tips on finding time to invest in your PLN.

Successful users of PLNs overwhelm the uninitiated with techno-babble.

Hopefully, the future steps in this course can break down any overwhelming “techno-babble”.

You will probably find that many teachers who are regular uses of online technologies proclaim that they are “not very tech savvy”. Even George Couros who has a Twitter following of 224,000+ has said, “I’m not that good with technology and you probably aren’t either“.

It requires, at least at first, digital literacy beyond a Google search.

It is certainly essential that educators develop their digital literacy. As Silvia Tolisano has pointed out, our notion of what it means to be literate or illustrate calls for an update. 

... merely reading and writing in text form and on analog platforms is simply not enough to call yourself literate. The skills and abilities MUST include reading and writing in various media forms and on multiple platforms INCLUDING digital spaces. We can’t continue to differentiate between our analog and digital world. We live in ONE world after all.

If you feel like you need to improve your own digital literacy skills, don’t despair! You don’t need to learn everything before you embark on building your PLN. We will provide you with the essential tips and skills throughout this course and you can learn as you go.

If you feel like your skills need updating in other areas, such as blogging and online tools, we have other free courses you can work through at your own pace too.


Becoming a connected educator is something that takes work but has enormous advantages for both you and your students. In fact, many educators would say that it’s an essential responsibility of teachers to connect and commit to lifelong learning.

As George Couros has said, “Isolation is now a choice educators make“.

There are so many ways to free yourself from isolation. The following steps in this series breaks down three powerful avenues to becoming a connected educator — Twitter, blogs, and content curation.

Your Task

We’d like you to add your voice and ideas to our ongoing conversation on building your own PLN by undertaking one or more of the following challenges:

  1. Preferences: We all enjoy connecting in different ways. Write a post or comment on this post about how you plan to connect with other educators. What sites or tools do you think you’d prefer to use to make connections. Why?
  2. Relationship tips: Revise our list of tips for developing working relationships with other educators. What resonates most with you? Do you have any ideas to add? Tell us in a comment.
  3. Barriers: We have identified some common barriers to building a PLN. Leave a comment and tell us what the biggest barrier has been for you (or others you know). Share your thoughts on how this obstacle can be overcome.

Also feel free to leave a comment to ask any questions or share your tips.

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741 thoughts on “Step 2: Making Connections

  1. All of those except Twitter are my favorites, I get on them about everyday to connect to friends and family.

  2. Prompt #1- One way that I like to connect with other educators is by using messaging software so that we can all have the opportunity to talk to each other and ask/answer any questions that we have. I also like to watch videos on YouTube, especially if it is explaining something or going over something that I can use in my professional career.

  3. There are many different facebook groups that I am apart of that are dedicated to teachers. This is a great place for us to connect and share ideas and even some experiences in the classroom. I truly enjoy these groups because not only are they helpful when you need help creating fun lessons but also when you are looking for guidance or reassurance during stressful times.

  4. The way I plan to connect with other educators is through two main methods. The first is through Twitter and the second is through email newsletters. The reason I have selected Twitter is because of my knowledge of how to navigate the website and because of the way you are able to connect and discuss with others. One feature I enjoy, and a reason for selecting Twitter, is that of list. By joining a list you become connected to many different individuals who are all interested in the same topic, in this education/teaching. This is also a great way to quickly expand my PLN, I believe.
    The reason I have selected email newsletters is because I am hoping to find an educator online that produces a newsletter with diverse ideas and possibly community discussions. Through these newsletters I hope to find an individual who is willing to discuss and share ideas, and as well expand my PLN with other educators.

  5. I am answering task one’s question. I like to use a wide range of social media to form connections, find inspiration for content, and discover new methods to teach. I like to use Instagram and Linkedin to form connections with other people. I typically use TikTok and Reddit to connect with people through their experiences, specifically looking at how people handle different situations. I like to use Pinterest to look for content inspiration for graphic organizers, presentation slides, classroom layout, etc. Lately, I’ve been looking at some teacher blogs but haven’t yet found one that I routinely go to.

  6. The relationship tip that I resonate with the most is asking for help. I have never been afraid to ask for assistance especially when it comes to gaining more knowledge. Starting or even just joining a PLN would be something new for me, so getting assistance would make the process a lot easier.

  7. I think as a social media platform, Twitter or Facebook would be ideal to develop a PLN. I think Twitter is a good place to share articles, ideas, and relevant information. It’s also a really good place to be exposed to online resources and topics in the news. It is also a good place to share jokes and interact with others in a more casual way. As a result, having a PLN on Twitter would be ideal.

  8. After learning about some of the tools a teacher can use for their PLN, I believe that I would like to use public platforms (Twitter, Pinterest, & Tiktok) and sites like blog posts and LinkedIn to connect with my peers. I would create a separate account from the ones I own and use it as a public space to share my thoughts, ideas, and topics with other teachers.

  9. I love connecting with other educators. It makes my job even more exciting! I don’t have that many ways I connect with educators, yet, but i plan to connect with them through blogs, Instagram, Pinterest, email newsletters, and YouTube. I prefer to use blogs and Instagram because I use those on the daily, but I’d like to branch out more and see what else and who else is out there!

  10. I think the beauty in PLNs is the variety. The fact that you’re able to try multiple tools allows educators to really discover what works best for them. There are so many different forms of social media, online tools, and ways to connect.

  11. I personally love the idea of connecting with fellow educators through a Facebook community group. I’m familiar with the platform and feel encouraged that it is a safe space to share thoughts and ideas and ask questions. I also enjoy watching educators on platforms such as Tiktok or reading blog posts on Pinterest. I believe as an educator it is important to diversify your PLN because everyone has different ways of teaching, similarly to the way everyone has a different way of learning. Furthermore, there are contributing factors to what resonates best with your students, such as class size, grades, background etc. I feel like the biggest challenge when it comes to PLN is overcoming the fear of asking questions or making a post. As many teachers will say “there are no stupid questions.”

  12. While I have not started to focus on setting up my own PLN I mainly see a lot of promotion for educators on Tin Tok and Instagram. It’s interesting to see how others use different platforms to connect with educators. For me asking for help resonated the most. I think I take a lot of pride in being able to do things on my own but I have learned since entering my residency that it is so important to ask for help especially as an educator.

  13. I think that my preferred method of creating connections would be through the use of social media sources like Facebook, Instagram, Reddit and others. This is because I feel like the people who also use these apps would fall into a similar personality group that I would. This is important when connecting with other educators because I believe that having shared common interests or backgrounds will improve the experience and advice being exchanged between two educators.

  14. I plan to connect with other educators via Instagram, Pinterest, and TikTok since they are my most used social media apps. And already offer great communication abilities and fun activities to use as a future educator. Plus it’s a great way to stay up to date on any new trends that other teachers are incorporating in their classrooms.

  15. The biggest barrier that has been for building a PLN is really putting in the work for it, since teaching is such a busy and hardworking job anyways, doing a specific PLN and really working for it in hard.

  16. Prompt 3: What has been your biggest barrier to building a PLN? My biggest barrier so far is that I am very introverted, meaning I don’t always have the energy to put a lot of effort into creating relationships with the teachers I encounter. I think my PLN is an appropriate size for a student teacher, but I can get easily overwhelmed when trying to get to know everyone in my department/school. I like that the PLN plan includes networking in the form of curating an online space where you can learn from other educators. This is something I find much easier since I have the ability to “lurk” instead of interacting a ton.

  17. The best way to make connections with other people in your profession is by LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and even sometimes TikTok. Nowadays, everyone is on social media, so connecting with others on these apps , can help you with advice, help on interviews or anything else that you have questions about

  18. I try to use social media as little as possible and have never created Instagram or Facebook accounts. I do have some experience using Twitter like a lot of people are mentioning. I have been able to interact directly with writers and artists I admire. I think it is a great platform for reaching people anywhere at anytime. I do like the idea of being able to connect with other educators and some have even mentioned using it for emotional support which is interesting since you can potentially connect with people instantly.

  19. I plan on connecting with other teachers through Facebook, Tiktok, and Instagram because these social media apps I have seen a lot of teachers use and these apps have been so beneficial. Using social media is such a good way to share ideas. I also look at Pinterest cause it has a lot of classroom layouts and anchor charts ideas I would love to use and reference from. I like to watch Tiktok videos of teachers giving advice or information we should know before becoming a teacher. But as a future teacher, I don’t always want to rely on social media as I would rather speak in person with a teacher to get advice from.

  20. Making connections is something that is so important to do while pursuing a career. Personally, I love to use Twitter or Facebook to make connections already through groups I am a part of and accounts that I follow. I think that using these now even before I become a teacher making connections through these platforms is vital for me and will help me learn so much. I have also been able to use these platforms to reach out to former teachers and coaches and that has been a huge help for me!

  21. I like using Facebook and Instagram to share about my life to friends and families. I see a lot of teachers post on Tik Tok, but I wouldn’t want to be on camera that much. I think when I am a teacher, I would use Facebook or Instagram to connect with other educators. I could share projects, lessons, and activities that I have done with my students that worked out. I could also share activities that didn’t go as planned and seek out help from other teachers. Another website I would use to share my ideas and seek others ideas is Teachers pay teachers.

  22. One tip that was included in this section which resonated the most with me is the idea of diversifying the members of your PLN. I believe this idea resonated with me because I think it has a lot of benefits, especially when creating a PLN, because in my experience you stand to gain a lot in terms of insights, ideas, and different perspectives and ways of thinking about a particular issue or topic when you engage with people from a different background or different experiences than you. One idea that came to mind when I was reading about this tip is how important I believe it should be to include diversity in the members of your PLN in terms of their position and work background, as people in different professions and who have different experiences in a professional setting coming together to share their ideas and insights has tremendous potential.

  23. I personally use Instagram, Pinterest, Youtube, and not listed tik tok to educate myself beyond what I’d see on the news. I find inspiration and new ideas through a perspective different from my own and I feel these online platforms significantly help me connect with others by allowing me to both give and receive input. As an educator, I will probably still use these platforms with the addition of Facebook. I find these platforms to be easily accessible and customizable, abundant in resources, and frequently equipped with up-to-date information which is why they are wonderful for connecting with other educators/people.

  24. I am going to address prompts/challenges one and two. Two will be a brief reflection that I think is necessary for me to do.
    1. I like the idea of using Pinterest as a resource, however I don’t think it’s the best way to truly connect. I’m concerned now about using Twitter for PLN, considering the recent discourse about the changes that the platform will soon be going under. Considering the popularity of the social media platform Instagram, I think that it might be the best bet for making connections with other teachers. Facebook groups also seem like a great way to connect with other teachers, get feedback from them, and share/discuss ideas. I’ll likely try all of these at some point to see what I like best and what is most useful.

    2. As for my personal barriers, I don’t like to spend much time on social media sites. In fact, I do my best to avoid them, preferring to socialize and network in person, that way I can get immediate feedback. Otherwise, I am cognizant of the verbose manner in which I write.

  25. Personally, I think twitter is a great social media source to use for PLN. It allows you to stay connected and even get alerts when others may have something to say. It may also be easier to stay connected with other users from all around the world.

  26. For me, I think the biggest barrier to using a PLN was just the fact that I was unaware of their existence. However, this is a fairly simple obstacle to overcome with awareness of what a PLN is. Talking to colleagues and students about PLNs is a good way to spread the word and bring awareness to what it is.

  27. As I mentioned in step 1, I think reddit will be a very valuable resource for me as a teacher. The community self-censors via down-voting inappropriate responses (though you can read the discourse if you so choose. Twitter will be valuable for reaching out to experts, as it’s easier to contact verified accounts and have a sense that you’re getting a response from a credentialed person. You can also build more of a personal brand on twitter.

  28. The platform that I would like to use is Facebook when making connections. This platform is most appealing to me because I believe there are many groups and valuable resources available.

  29. I found it great that you can connect with your PLN using all different types of social medias. Since everyone might not use Instagram or twitter, etc. you can pick a social media you might use. I also think because social media is a huge part of everyone’s life, its amazing that we can use them to help us as educators while also helping our students.

  30. This may sound strange, but I really used to enjoy being a part of certain facebook groups dedicated to teachers and specific teacher things. If you are looking to connect about something specific to teaching, there is probably a very popular and active facebook group for it. I even had a professor that has a facebook group that we join for class and all of their current and past students are on it and can post in it. The nice thing about Facebook groups is that they are moderated, also. They regulat what is posted and said so it keeps the space positive and on topic. There can be a balance of light and shade and you can learn so much from other teachers. I also really enjoy, tik tok, but it can be a super negative space with little control over the narrative.

  31. There are several tools I would use to make connections with other teachers and content, but the most common way I believe I will make these connections are through blogs and educational content curation websites that are teacher-led, since gathering resources and learning from other teachers experiences is key for me to build my own confidence and reach out.

  32. One of the biggest barriers for me has been finding people I can relate to on a deeper level aside from having the same profession. While PLNs can be very diverse. I still have trouble connecting with other pre service educators with my same background, goals, or desired grade level. I think one way I can overcome this is by constantly networking and getting to know people in my classes and finding mentors who I can see myself in.

  33. I think one of the biggest barriers that I initially thought I could potentially have was that all the information could be a little overwhelming at first and I would not really know where to start. I think a good first step would be to identify what tools or resources you commonly use for educational information and take what you like and find from those resources and try to organize them. Potentially the idea of creating a google drive/folder with all of the resources organized in a manner that makes the most sense to you can go a long way in making the process of creating a PLN for yourself more smooth.

  34. I would use instagram platform for my PLN. I am already familiar with the platform and how to search and post on it. I can add photos and videos for me, make comments on others and follow others in the health and P.E. fiels

  35. Out of all the tips, I resonate the most with finding tools that work best for me because I like to dedicate most of my time to something I enjoy. There are many platforms that I’ve tried out, and as I used each of them for a period of time, I figured out which ones simply worked best for me and built from there. Even if there are better tools, I’d like to improve on something that I’ve used for a long time because it isn’t easy to switch over to something else. However, that doesn’t mean I should use that platform forever because if the ones I currently use become outdated or are unexpectedly shut down, I would switch over and start getting familiar with something else.

  36. The biggest barrier for me has been not knowing what PLN is. I always had a feeling that there was a community of educators out there that I should try connecting with, but I was never sure how to actually do it. Learning about what PLN is has given me the information I need to put myself out there. Forming and maintaining relationships with other educators is a way for me to better myself as an educator.

  37. I plan to connect with other educators and businesses that are related to education through Facebook and Instagram, as those are the biggest and easier-to-navigate online platforms I use to connect with others. I plan to follow educators that are also working in elementary schools to better connect with them and get lots of ideas for my future classrooms.

  38. I intend on looking at many youtube accounts and using social media such as Instagram and Facebook to stay connected. I like the idea of using these accounts because at this point in life they are probably some of the most universal sites to use, especially Instagram. I also like watching youtube to get new ideas, even if I do not comment on them.

  39. Task #1 (Preferences)
    I don’t really use much social media; just Facebook and TikTok. However, I do think that TikTok can be a valuable source for professional development. I’ve skimmed over some of the other comments and investigated some other websites others have mentioned, though, and I think that Reddit might be a good place to look at as well.

  40. I currently connect with others teachers through Tik Tok, instagram, Etsy, and Teacher pay teachers! These are all great tools to find new material and supporting each other! Podcasts are also very helpful when hearing other teachers struggles.

  41. There are so many ways to connect with other educators and it can be a bit overwhelming when exploring, but I have found that Facebook and LinkedIn are great websites to connect with past teachers. I personally have used both to reach out to former teachers of mine and have created a peer relationship where I am able to ask questions and learn from their experience. I also find that websites such as Instagram, YouTube, and most recently, TikTok are great resources, not necessarily to connect with individuals, but to keep up with topics and learn through different point of views.

  42. The biggest barriers to building a PLN for me have been time and not wanting to be on social media. It’s really hard to get home from a long day at school and then make myself spend time on the computer or phone. I have personally been trying to spend less time on my phone and social media so I wish that the online world was less of an aspect to PLN building. I definitely see the value in them and do spend a lot of time searching for resources but I would so much rather talk with people in real life and network in the real world.

  43. I plan to connect with other educators via Facebook, Twitter, Indeed, and LinkedIn. I would prefer to use these sites because I am very familiar with them already. Facebook and Twitter are great ways to reach out to other educators and make posts about what’s going on in your classroom. Indeed and LinkedIn are great ways to connect because many educators use it to connect with others in their district and make connections to places and people that can help you get to where you want to be.

  44. As a student who is pursuing a career in education, I find social media impactful and beneficial. Not only as a college student but as a future teacher. Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube have been so crucial in helping me understand material that classes can’t and the process of becoming an eminent teacher. They are great platforms to connect to other teachers, who have experienced the same tasks. You are able to explore great resources for lesson plans, classroom management ideas, how to study, and in general feel a sense of community! Extraordinary experienced teachers provide tips, allow for questions, and overall motivate you to help your students succeed.

  45. As a future educator in college, I find myself using Pinterest a lot for fun and cute ideas. Now, I also see a lot of teachers using TikTok to share their ideas. I love going into the comments because sometimes other educators share more tips and tricks. I do prefer using Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok to stay connected with what is new and be involved. I would use these platforms more often because it is constantly updating. I think they are great sources to keep up with everything going on and great for getting feedback when needed.

  46. I think the emphasis on diversity here is important, both in terms of platforms and content creators. This will be a challenge for me, as I’m a creature of routine, and my tendency is to find something that works, and then stick with it. But it seems there’s value to be had in taking the time to explore new resources and outlets, and reach out to other educators from different backgrounds in order to bring some novelty into my own classroom.

  47. I have never had a Twitter up until now, and I think it would be really useful to connect in these ways. I also really enjoy using Reddit, as it has great forums for teachers and even smaller groups geared toward your specific grade level and subject.

  48. One way that I really enjoy connecting with others is through social media. Specifically, I follow several other teachers on Twitter and Instagram. I believe that both of these platforms are extremely beneficial in their own ways. Instagram allows for teachers to share informational posts, stories, and reels on their channel. There is also the ability to direct message individuals that you follow, as well. On the other hand, Twitter offers the space where individuals can share and post their thoughts on a variety of topics. This allows for the opportunity of very conversational space to be in place, and you are also able to direct message individuals on this app too. The reason that I enjoy these apps is because I have already had personal accounts for a while so I am very acquainted with the platforms. It is very easy for me to go from this personal account to creating an educational account that I can use to network and inform others.

  49. To connect with other educators you can use youtube, pinterest, and blogs. These sites would be ideal for me to use because I am familiar with them. These sites also have videos and images that would be helpful when borrowing ideas to implement.

  50. In the future I plan to use YouTube and Facebook groups. I’ve never used Twitter for networking but I definitely can see the benefits and a plan to use it in the future. I love watching YouTube videos already and I think it’s beneficial to watch someone explain and demonstrate their tips rather than reading them. I love different connections you can make through Facebook groups so I look forward to building relationships through those platforms.

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