I miss the good old days when a Twitter follow notice was from a person. Now, it seems everyone is a professional whatever, consultant in whoknowsit, and designer and entrepreneur in almost everything imaginable.
What’s with the follow-back fad? I follow people because I like their Tweets.
Marketing through social blogs and media wastes money. It’s the new telemarketing.
People don’t follow you because you merely because you follow them—that doesn’t make sense from a leadership perspective or a tweetership perspective.
People are interested in your Twitter account because they are interested in your company, not interested in your company merely because you have a Twitter account.
People get interested in your company because they heard about your company over lunch with a friend or because they saw your Tweet get retweeted by their friends. So, a social presence on Twitter doesn’t mean that you follow a thousand people who don’t know you, but that they retweet you. · · · →
Cheers to feeds & social media over newsrooms & periodicals. You & I tweet about what we had for lunch as FOX reports on Huntsman & a Titanic cruise two days straight.. different approaches when there’s nothing to report. With periodicals, you still pay the subscription. · · · →