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Social Media Profile A-Z

Social Media Profile A-Z

This month's A-Z is a run through of where to find me online.

A is for... Archive of our Own

Find my public account at babiafi.

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B is for... Bloglovin'

The weird spelling always makes me think of Superbad's McLovin, but it's actually a network that serves as a blog reader. Find me at babiafi.

C is for... Canva

Okay, so it's less network and more graphic design platform, but you can share things with other users and refer friends.

D is for... DeviantArt

Yep, it's still going! I have an account at babiafi for when I go waste a couple of hours over there.

E is for... eBay

I mostly sell dolls and miniatures. Check out my listings under aeronwyn321.

F is for... Facebook

There's no escape from it! I have a page for my blog at babiandfi.

G is for... Gaia Online

Mini games, challenges, and collecting stuff to dress up your pixelated avatar. What's not to love? Find me at my main account, babiafi.

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H is for... Here

AKA Blogger, where you are right now!

I is for... Instagram

Find me posting infrequent dolly pictures at @babi_a_fi.

J is for... LiveJournal 

And its base code. I've still got a fandom Dreamwidth I use occasionally.

K is for... Kred

Find me at BABIAFI.

L is for... LinkedIn

Feel free to connect with me @jessicaclairepowell.

Ten Things Every Blogger Should Know About LinkedIn

M is for... Medium

I'll get around to using it one day, I'm sure. Find me @babiafi.

N is for... Nothing To See Here

There are lots of networks I'm just not on these days. I don't want to say I'm now old and uncool, but...

O is for... Old School

Drop me an email at

P is for... Pinterest

I'm a fairly heavy user of Pinterest, particularly for promo and referral codes. Find me at babiafi.

Grow Your Blog With Pinterest

Q is for...


R is for... [Good]reads

I go through phases with it, but when I'm reading a lot you can find me reviewing as Jessica Powell.

S is for... MySpace

Apparently it's still around. It's only on this list for nostalgia though. It was my first social network, and where I first learned how to write HTML.

T is for... Twitter

Find me @jess__powell.


U is for... Tumblr

As in my recently undeleted account, babiafiblog. I swore I wouldn't go back but Tumblr ensures it's a 100% nightmare operation to find anything unless you log in.

V is for... Visuals

Find my attempts at photography on Flickr at plastigffantastig88.

W is for... Wordpress

Although I don't host there, I did create an account as babiafi to make it easier to comment on other blogs.

X is for... X-Ray

Of all the networks I think this blog is the one that reveals the most of me. I.e. I can't help but have some new random interest every week which I need to document before forgetting all about...

Y is for... YouTube

I don't use YT for much other than watching, but I do have a channel set up in case I change my mind one day.

Z is for... Zzzzz

Over and out, all!

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