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Posted 8th October 2008 at 07:26 AM by Jen McVey

If you followed along with my other blog post, you'll know that I purchased Dana W's WSO on Twitter Goldrush.

I've always been super anti-social marketing, so know that I went into it completely skeptical. But for $7, what the heck, right?

So it's now a day and a half later after I started marketing myself on Twitter. No sales of my ready-made blogs yet, but I've now got 245 followers and received 75 visits from Twitter alone to my sales page since late afternoon Monday.

I may be a convert. While I certainly appreciate the follows and the look-sees at my blog, I'm also having FUN over at Twitter. Those @replies are too cool!

If you're in, leave your Twitter name and I'll follow
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    Ron Killian's Avatar
    Funny, I just powered up my twitter a couple minutes ago and I came across this post. I've had an account for some time, but never seen to keep up with it. I worry that it will suck of more time I don't have. Do you find it taking your time? I distract myself enough as it is.

    Mine is RonKillian
    Posted 8th October 2008 at 07:56 AM by Ron Killian Ron Killian is offline
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    Jen McVey's Avatar
    Hi Ron,

    Well, like anything, I tend to go gang busters initially so that always eats time.

    But I think one of the most attractive aspects about Twitter, for me, is that you're limited by how much you can post at a time. You don't have a lot of things you can do there. You can follow some people, post here and there, or read some tweets and that's it. I find it much easier than Facebook and the like which have too many options. It's overwhelming.

    Anyway, try it out for a day or two. Just post a couple times a day and see how it feels.

    Going to follow you now!
    Posted 8th October 2008 at 08:56 AM by Jen McVey Jen McVey is offline

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