Want to connect with Bholenath on social media, to have the subject of horror and similar subjects in common? Below is a big list of profiles and pages maintained by Bholenath on social media.
The links below are the best social media channels that he is using as of December of 2020. If you find any of this has negligible content please forgive him, he is just starting to develop them, and they aren’t going to stay with thin content, he swears by it.
Additionally, the last shortlist lists a few side-projects Bholenath is running that may or may not become something bigger further down the line.
Updated October 2021
Connect with Bholenath On the Most Popular Sites
A lot of people have an account on these websites, and they are the main social supernodes on the web. That the user bases of these sites are massive doesn’t mean that they aren’t good and useful for horror fans, because myriads of horror communities and independent mavericks (like Bholenath) have made them their homes.
- Scrapbook (Pinterest)
- Microblogs (Tumblog)
- #loveofcamp (Instagram)
- Shock Depot Page LI (LinkedIn)
- Shock Depot Page FB (Facebook)
- Forum Communities (Reddit)
Connect with Bholenath On Other Social Media Sites
On this list, you will find the younger brothers of the sites in the previous list. Some of these other supernodes are actually a godsend for horror fans, like YouTube, where you can find rare stuff hard to come by, virtually unavailable elsewhere.
- Fan Communities (Amino)
- Q-A Communities (Quora)
- Videos (Vimeo)
- Videos (Youtube)
- Microblogs (Twitter)
- Artistic Output (Deviant Art)
- Social News (Slashdot)
- Publishing Platforms (Hubpages) (Medium)
- Video Sharing (TikTok)
- Microblogging (Plurk)
- Comments (Disqus)
- Phlog (Flickr)
Visit Other Sites by Bholenath Valsan
These sites designed and administered by Bholenath are in their incubation phases as of this writing but will grow in content and features soon. Please don’t be too judgmental, if you have anything to ask or request about these three sites (even if you want to be featured, submit a guest post, or whatever), use the contact page here on Shock Depot, for the time being.
A Little Advice from Bholenath
If you haven’t registered on a lot of social media websites, and if you intend to use social sites to connect with other horror fans, I recommend you to read some of these articles:
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I’m still not big on social media, and I can give only the (personal) opinions that I’m making about them as I go.
Ultimately, social media websites are what the communities inhabiting them make them. No one can ever give an objective, clinical review of social media websites, other than the little one-sided opinions one forms out of one’s personal experience.
Many reasons can influence your usage of social media for horror, a few needs that come to mind:
- To Belong to The Horror Crowd at Large
- To Join Horror Communities
- To have a Horror fans Support System
- To share Horror-related Stuff
- To do Horror Business Networking
- To do Horror Social Networking
- To enjoy Horror Entertainment
- To find a Horror-related job
- To keep up to date with Horror News
- To add more Horror People to your Contacts
- To Maintain the Social Media Presence of a Horror-related Business
- To be Alerted of Upcoming Horror Events
Whatever your reason to join a social media website as a horror fan, my best piece of advice is this: study and/or join as many of them as you can and your time allows.
I’m giving you this advice because you can never know which site is going to be more agreeable to you if you don’t join them all and connect with other horror fans in all of them.
Until you use them (even before joining, as a lurker), you aren’t going to have an idea of how the horror communities in each site work, and you aren’t going to be able to even make a mental picture of how it feels to use them, because you don’t have direct experience.
Also, it’s important to use and experience as many as you can, because you never know in which of them you are going to feel more at home. That’s why it’s better to join as many as you can and using them for a while (say, six months) until deciding to focus on one or several only.
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