So Twitter came out with their new lists feature recently. Thought I would share mine 🙂 They revolve around my interests which include: coworking, communities, softwaretesting, Brighton, Lewes, education… I actually really like the lists. It has allowed me to trim down some of the people I am following whilst still being able to keep
You only need to search on the term ‘recommend’ on Twitter to see how powerful it can be as a word of mouth/mouse tool. Of course, it’s not just Twitter, but other social networks too (e.g. Facebook…)
One of my partners in crime had just a few minutes before leaving to meet a client and asked me if she could have a testimonial of my work that involved Community Management. The problem was I didn’t, but it turned out not to be such a problem. Twitter saved me. I asked. And I
I do love Twitter, have always forgiven it in the past for being buggy and unreliable, but it seems now it’s reached a point where I say WTF?!? Why should I waste my time with this? No seriously. I can’t use it reliably anymore. I want to communicate with people. I want to use it
2 Birds, 1 Whale: A Story About Twitter from Darren Barefoot on Vimeo.
Came across this today. The Mysterious Unnamed Twitter person – how mysterious!