I know it has been said quite often but there are people who love Twitter and there are those who just are purely unmoved by the impact that Twitter has. Much of that controversy depends I think on why you use Twitter and how you use it. I think in the beginning it was exactly what it said it was which is social media…meaning people used it to connect and socialize. Then came those who thought that they could harness the power of Twitter to make a killing with their businesses on it. Although many are finding that Twitter does indeed bring them much needed spotlighting on their area of impact…many more were disappointed in their expectation that Twitter was going to BE the answer to their business success.
Twitter is not a place to be a wallflower. You have to speak with others, comment on things that they say; break the ice with someone you may not be familiar with. You are in charge of who you accept into your Twitter stream or conversation by who you follow and who you allow to follow you. Choose wisely based on what you are trying to accomplish on Twitter. In other words, choose people to interact with who interest you, don’t offend you and last but not least people who support your personal growth as a person, business owner or in an area of impact that you wish to be a part of. Continue reading here: WriteWhereYouAre