It was that funny RhodesTer guy who first turned us on to the whole Twitter thing. Though I must say, I was never really that turned on.
It was René who insisted we add the Twitter badge that shows what we’re doing at every instant.
I fought and stalled, but eventually conceded.
We compromised by placing yet another widget at the bottom of our sidebar. You see … Twitter is only good if you tweet.
If your tweets are three days old, you end up looking like a twit. And I have more important things to do than think about updating our Twitter status every time I go to the restroom.
Nonetheless, you may periodically find a tweet from yours twuly. If you’re lucky, and I’m bored. But for the most part, I’ve told Rene that’s her job.
But if you are into the whole Twitter thing – or want to be – please consider following us! It’s supposedly good for Search Engine Optimization and that’s one of my jobs.
4 thoughts on “Not In Such A Twitter About Tweets”
I really hesitated to twitter, as well, but have found it a good way to keep in touch with family. They seem more interested in the mundane than our stalkers, um, I mean blog readers. I’m not quite ready to announce to everyone that we have a twitter account, so you’re the first to know! http://www.twitter.com/LouiseHornor
I’ve also seen other bloggers use it well to announce new additions to their websites. (The GeekBrief.tv folks, specifically) And there are a few folks tweeting some really hysterically funny stuff (MatthewBaldwin, if you like his humor.)
Thanks for adding your site to my Mr. Linky today; it’s fun to catch up on your blog.
Although they really should just make the first 10 characters a lead-in, and then link to the remaining 130.. seems to be the going thing. 😛
There are definitely those of us, also culpable in your downfall, who enjoy the random updates & appreciate getting a better sense of your goings-on. Tis especially handy for we ‘amateurish’ bloggers who seldom “read the rest of the entry.” ~_^
“Who the hell wants to hear [see] actors [bloggers] talk [tweet]?” ~ H. M. Warner [@coffeesister]
I love it. My job is now to Tweet. Beats sitting in an office any day.