I have to tell you, as I am working on the social networking aspect of what I want to share with people and learn from people, I find Twitter to be more and more interesting.
There are many types of "tweeters" out there:
- People who are new to Twitter and haven't even figured out how to put their picture up
- People who are new to Twitter and think that by following everyone and contributing nothing they can create some sort of following for some sort of "get rich quick" scheme
- People who have paid others to tell them who to follow and how to get the biggest audience so that they too can profit by the "get rich quick" route
- People who love to watch TV shows and tweet in real time with their friends (Big shout out to the #criminalmindssb in the #twitterdayroom. Hey!)
- People who actually have something to say that is worth reading
I like the last group best. I confess to wanting to someday leverage my social network to support me on projects I believe in, but it is not my reason for creating a presence on Twitter.
I like the immediacy of being able to tweet to friends and have them respond. I like being able to support others with great things to share. And I like the sheer humongous possibilities of having such contact with one tweet!
Tweet on Peeps!