One pistachio, two pistachios, then a bowl of pistachios in just five minutes. Yum.
It seems like Twitter is getting more and more popular. I get to know about Twitter a few months ago through ABC News. Now, Twitter is everywhere. It’s on online retailer homepages, email newsletters, magazines, etc. It’s getting extremely popular.
I have been resisting to get to know more about Twitter. I don’t plan to follow anyone or let anyone follow me. Facebook already keeps me pretty busy. So, there’s no way I am going to sign up Twitter.
No!!! Say “No” to Twitter.
But as an Ecomm Consultant, I would have to accept the fact that I have to keep up with all the social networking tools. No matter how much I resisted the idea of Twitter, I finally checked it out.
The first impression was … Twitter is kind of simple and … cute. Not in a million years that I would have guessed this Twitter concept would take off.
I get the idea of fans of certain brands, celebrities, friends, etc want to get regular updates. People have desires to be connected and share information.
Fine! It’s really just like Facebook’s What’s on Your Mind.
It’s more fun to update Twitter using your mobile phone too.
140 characters, that’s all you get to share.
Updating your Twitter is better than sending out text messages to all your friends because then we don’t have to reply to your text messages.
“After hours party at Mina! In?”
People would get the message if they care to follow you on Twitter. Else, they don’t really give a damn about what you do. So, you can stop texting party info to all your 500 friends.
I would expect more companies are going to provide social networking service or hire Social Network Web Specialists.
Digg, Stumbleupon, delicious, Facebook, MySpace, ShareThis, Reddit, Technorati, LinkedIn, Blogs, etc. Gotta keep up!
Although I don’t plan to use Twitter any time soon, I did sign up Twitter in order to reserve my name.
If you own any company, reserve your name fast to protect your brand! It’s free.
Don’t forget about facebook.com/username too.
I got mine http://www.facebook.com/yewming.
I also reserved a name for my future company. What is it? Shhhh…. let me be secretive for once.