Twitterquette: the etiquette of Twitter, something we could all improve on. Some questions that may be asked include the following: what is okay to tweet, how often should I tweet, who should I tweet, how do I get more followers, and the list can go on for decades! This is a new series I am … More Twitterquette 101: Lesson One
Location-based apps are pretty new to the social media scene and they are becoming popular, fast. Personally, I love location-based apps and see great potential with them in the future. Below are my top three favorite location-based apps. My absolute favorite location-based app is Foursquare! It is the first location-based app I ever used, and … More Check-In Fever
Have you ever seriously wondered why people follow you? No, I do not mean follow you down the sidewalk, I mean follow you on Twitter. I have. Actually, I wonder this almost every day. While some people may not think twice about the people that are following them on Twitter, I always wonder why someone … More Ever Wonder Why People Follow You?
Tweeting for me started on the web. From the web I discovered TweetDeck and fell in love with how it fulfilled my tweeting needs. I have tried CoTweet, Seesmic, Chromed Bird and Hootsuite, oh and of course Twitter for Mac when the Mac App Store opened. There may be other sources I have tried, but … More How do you Tweet?
Yes, you heard correctly. The verdict is out. On what you ask? Formulists. What about Formulists? My decision on whether or not I actually want to try this service or not. After creating a poll a little over a week ago, here are the results: Yes: 0% No: 16.67% Not really: 0% You should definitely try it!: … More The Verdict is Out
Recently I have noticed many of the lists I am added to on Twitter are created by a new service called Formulists. Personally, I have not tried out this new service because I am not sure how I honestly feel about having an outside source create a list for me. When I create a list … More Formulists: To Try it or Not
Exactly one year ago today I started this blog. At the time I had no idea if people would actually read any post I wrote or even how to promote it. Needless to say, I quickly discovered that Twitter is a powerful, and helpful, source to getting the word out about your blog. While my … More One Year Later