I don't get it! What's the big deal about Twitter?

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Hey Warriors,

Call me ignorant or whatever you want but I just don't see the point of using Twitter. I mean c'mon! You have to be a total loser to be interested in what other people are doing with their day right?

I know I could careless with what you do with your time!

I'm trying to understand why everyone and their grama is jumping on board with it?

- Is it the new way to get JV's?

- Is it for social status?

- Is it for lonely people who want to make friends?

- Is it a bunch of losers following each other and "tweeting"?

I don't really mean to be rude or offend anyone... Just voicing my personal opinion while trying to be funny at the same time.

So tell me... What am I really missing out on by not using Twitter?

Flame away!

Thanks,
#big #deal #twitter
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    Get yourself 1,000 plus followers, direct them to a blog post with a recommendation, and then ask us that question again
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    • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
      Originally Posted by Michael Mayhew View Post

      Get yourself 1,000 plus followers, direct them to a blog post with a recommendation, and then ask us that question again
      I concur... and I don't even have this many followers yet, but I can feel the power...

      Interacting with those in my industry is much more pleasant than sat at my PC typin

      "I could care what you do with your time!" :rolleyes:

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  • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
    Originally Posted by Aaron Moser View Post

    Hey Warriors,

    Call me ignorant or whatever you want but I just don't see the point of using Twitter. I mean c'mon! You have to be a total loser to be interested in what other people are doing with their day right?

    I know I could careless with what you do with your time!

    I'm trying to understand why everyone and their grama is jumping on board with it?

    - Is it the new way to get JV's?

    - Is it for social status?

    - Is it for lonely people who want to make friends?

    - Is it a bunch of losers following each other and "tweeting"?

    I don't really mean to be rude or offend anyone... Just voicing my personal opinion while trying to be funny at the same time.

    So tell me... What am I really missing out on by not using Twitter?

    Flame away!

    Thanks,
    Lol this post coupled with your signature made me laugh!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Moser
    Ok, so it's a new social form of list building? Blah... I'd still rather build a list the traditional way.

    Still not convinced it's worth my time. Plus it seems so ridiculous to post about what you do with you time. Every hour of the day...

    Let's see...

    Oh right now I'm posting on the warrior forum sipping my coffee. Whoo! Then I'm going to make a phone call to one of my friends about last night Football game.

    ...BORING!
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      • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
        Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

        Cool - don't waste your time with it. I get bored with the "Ching, Ching" sound of the sales I'm pulling off it.
        Me too. Money, ewww, gross.
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      • Profile picture of the author Keith Boisvert
        Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

        Of course, I'm not trying to start a little controversial thread to promote my signature for other Social Networking junk. So I reported the thread...hopefully others will follow suit.
        Boy,the glass is always half empty with you eh? Haha. I was thinking the same thing actually.

        Hell, up until about 4 hours ago I didn't see the point of it either. But I never came on the forum talking smack about it.

        Sheesh.

        ~keith
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        • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
          Originally Posted by Keith Boisvert View Post

          Boy,the glass is always half empty with you eh? Haha. I was thinking the same thing actually.

          Hell, up until about 4 hours ago I didn't see the point of it either. But I never came on the forum talking smack about it.

          Sheesh.

          ~keith
          Consider yourself officially stalked keith ...errr.. I mean followed in the usual twitter fashion

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      • Profile picture of the author Aaron Moser
        Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

        Of course, I'm not trying to start a little controversial thread to promote my signature for other Social Networking junk. So I reported the thread...hopefully others will follow suit.
        Mike,

        I really wasn't trying to draw attention to my WSO so I removed it and I honestly don't think Twitter users are losers. Sorry if that offended anyone!

        I guess my approach to being funny back fired!

        Can we still be friends?
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    • Profile picture of the author NewbiesDiary
      Originally Posted by Aaron Moser View Post

      Ok, so it's a new social form of list building? Blah... I'd still rather build a list the traditional way.

      Still not convinced it's worth my time. Plus it seems so ridiculous to post about what you do with you time. Every hour of the day...

      Let's see...

      Oh right now I'm posting on the warrior forum sipping my coffee. Whoo! Then I'm going to make a phone call to one of my friends about last night Football game.

      ...BORING!
      tweet:

      I just finished drinking my white choc mocha late, I'm checkin the warrior forum & then I'm gonna cut some vintage chenille to list on eBay - here's the chenille... tinyurlBlaBlaBla

      hmm - sorry I thought I was on twitter!
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      • Profile picture of the author nursewriter
        You can also set your ezine articles account up to post a link to every article that goes live.

        When your article gets approved it get tweeted automatically.

        I just started on Twitter and am still learning.


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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Duxbury
    It's an interesting take especially given your signature file - maybe try it and then see what you think?

    Oh btw I arrived here by way of someone tweeting on Twitter about it - so you see you got the benefit of Twitter without even knowing it :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author anonymous123567
    Hehe, I think its fun, you get to stay up to date with stuff without making too much of an effort, new product out? you bet atleast someones talking about it...
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  • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
    It does sort of remind me of when people come here like "Please, tell me how I can make $100 a day online?" And their signature line says "Click here to make $1000 a day online guaranteed!"

    Twitter is a different type of social networking, but it's not that different than Facebook. If you hate it, don't do it
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    And just like magic, his sig is gone!
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
      Originally Posted by Gene Pimentel View Post

      And just like magic, his sig is gone!
      I feel so lucky. Finally a "controversial" thread I saw at the beginning, instead of hearing about it later and wondering what happened.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Duxbury
    Okay I am following you now Keith as well LOL

    Mike - wow I am shocked do people really start threads just to promote their link?!?! *shocked look* LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author admin
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    Here's one thing I still don't get about twitter. How do the majority of you who use it actually see any of this stuff?

    Do you really sit there refreshing the page or what?

    By phone? Surely the by phone is not the majority...or is it?

    I just don't remember to even look at my twitter page for weeks so I just don't see how you even see these messages... :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      Here's one thing I still don't get about twitter. How do the majority of you who use it actually see any of this stuff?

      Do you really sit there refreshing the page or what?

      By phone? Surely the by phone is not the majority...or is it?

      I just don't remember to even look at my twitter page for weeks so I just don't see how you even see these messages... :-)
      It's a fresh page each time you visit Allen... I usually drop in to post my dribbles and there is plenty going on.. so I get involved, drop out and then drop back in at times... there is a button to check messages that are written directly at you...

      The rest is history

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    • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      Here's one thing I still don't get about twitter. How do the majority of you who use it actually see any of this stuff?

      Do you really sit there refreshing the page or what?

      By phone? Surely the by phone is not the majority...or is it?

      I just don't remember to even look at my twitter page for weeks so I just don't see how you even see these messages... :-)
      Dang straight. I do sit there and refresh the page. Also, once you post a Tweet, when you come back later...look on the right side of the page where it says @replies, and you will see all the replies that people made to your Tweet.

      Like "Allen Says, you are a Monkey God Genius!" or "Allen Says, you are a #@$%!!!"

      Come over to the Twitter side. We have cookies.
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      • Profile picture of the author Keith Boisvert
        Originally Posted by Dana_W View Post

        Dang straight. I do sit there and refresh the page. Also, once you post a Tweet, when you come back later...look on the right side of the page where it says @replies, and you will see all the replies that people made to your Tweet.

        Like "Allen Says, you are a Monkey God Genius!" or "Allen Says, you are a #@$%!!!"

        Come over to the Twitter side. We have cookies.
        Cookies? WTF? I didn't see cookies. Foiled again. Ah well, I like my cookies burnt anyway.

        keith
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        • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
          Originally Posted by Keith Boisvert View Post

          Cookies? WTF? I didn't see cookies. Foiled again. Ah well, I like my cookies burnt anyway.

          keith
          Too late, I ate them all.

          Yes, some people use Twhirl, I do have it on my desktop. Or Twitterfox, or Mike's Tweetybot when he gets it done.
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      • Profile picture of the author Neil Morgan
        Allen

        How do the majority of you who use it actually see any of this stuff?
        I use Twhirl - a free desktop application that fetches them for you. It's just like an RSS reader with the added functionality that Twitter provides such as replying and direct messaging.

        It's very unobtrusive and keeps you updated without lifting a finger:

        twhirl | the social software client

        Cheers,

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          Originally Posted by Neil Morgan View Post

          Allen



          I use Twhirl - a free desktop application that fetches them for you. It's just like an RSS reader with the added functionality that Twitter provides such as replying and direct messaging.

          It's very unobtrusive and keeps you updated without lifting a finger:

          twhirl | the social software client

          Cheers,

          Neil

          Ah...I was wondering if there was a desktop application in the mix...
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          • Profile picture of the author Jose Delgado
            Originally Posted by admin

            Ah...I was wondering if there was a desktop application in the mix...
            There's not just one Allen.

            I've seen a couple.

            Like TweetDeck, twitterfox and thwirl.
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          • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
            Originally Posted by admin View Post

            Ah...I was wondering if there was a desktop application in the mix...
            Sort of... Twitter can be shown on FaceBook, MySpace, and perhaps others. There are also some third party apps that go on the desktop.

            Heck you might even find a plugin or widget so that this forum could show someone's tweets when people view their profile.

            Oops.. here is one already. Just did a search.

            http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=166382
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            • Profile picture of the author KarlWarren
              Originally Posted by Scott Ames View Post

              Heck you might even find a plugin or widget so that this forum could show someone's tweets when people view their profile.
              Allen's aleady one step ahead on that
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              • Profile picture of the author Peter Bestel
                So is Aaron not partaking in this thread any more?

                Are you convinced yet, Aaron or have you dug your heels in and refuse to Twitter despite the possible extra profits?

                I'm sure you're not that short-sighted or belligerent. Go on, fess up, you've just been Twittering by yourself haven't you?

                If you've just joined, then welcome to the club.

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                • Profile picture of the author Aaron Moser
                  Originally Posted by Peter Bestel View Post

                  So is Aaron not partaking in this thread any more?

                  Are you convinced yet, Aaron or have you dug your heels in and refuse to Twitter despite the possible extra profits?

                  I'm sure you're not that short-sighted or belligerent. Go on, fess up, you've just been Twittering by yourself haven't you?

                  If you've just joined, then welcome to the club.

                  Peter
                  I guess I got sucked in like everyone else! Does that make me a loser now too? -LOL J/K!

                  Hope to see you in there!
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      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      Do you really sit there refreshing the page or what?
      Keep it open in a browser window and periodically refresh it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Mayhew
      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      Here's one thing I still don't get about twitter. How do the majority of you who use it actually see any of this stuff?

      Do you really sit there refreshing the page or what?

      By phone? Surely the by phone is not the majority...or is it?

      I just don't remember to even look at my twitter page for weeks so I just don't see how you even see these messages... :-)
      To be honest, I still don't get the "How" either???

      All I know is that when I Tweet, I get followers, and alot-a-times customers.

      I just quit trying to figure it out and started trying to get as many followers as I can

      Approaching 1,500 followers. Still scratching head???
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      • Profile picture of the author ExRat
        Hi,

        Let's see...

        Oh right now I'm posting on the warrior forum sipping my coffee. Whoo! Then I'm going to make a phone call to one of my friends about last night Football game.

        ...BORING!
        But there are no rules regarding -

        a) having to post often

        b) having to post boring, useless info that answers the question presented by twitter - 'what are you doing'

        So therefore you could post irregular, infrequent tweets that -

        1) make people think

        2) have great value

        3) create conversation (that might end up being credited back to the source)

        4) leave them wanting more

        5) aren't promotional on the surface

        It would be interesting to see what could happen if someone only took five minutes out of every other day just to do that...

        Just like on every blog, website, social site etc...the majority will follow the well-trodden path, imitating each other, looking for ways to get the most number of words out there with the least amount of thought and effort.

        Others will do the opposite.

        Just another microcosm. Another battle of quantity vs quality. Conformity vs differentiation.

        More importantly - what's next? Where has twitter taken online communication and what comes next? Can it be narrowed down and 'niched'? What parallel opportunities does it's success create?
        Can the concept be twinned with others - (Digg-type ratings for most popular tweets)? In what type of interesting ways could it be monetised for mainstream or for specific niches - or in what type of ways can the use of it be monetised/incentivised (within the site itself) for the users?

        Whoever can predict these and act upon them can possibly have themselves some busy sites.
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        • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
          Originally Posted by ExRat View Post

          Hi,



          But there are no rules regarding -

          a) having to post often

          b) having to post boring, useless info that answers the question presented by twitter - 'what are you doing'

          So therefore you could post irregular, infrequent tweets that -

          1) make people think

          2) have great value

          3) create conversation (that might end up being credited back to the source)

          4) leave them wanting more

          5) aren't promotional on the surface

          It would be interesting to see what could happen if someone only took five minutes out of every other day just to do that...
          But... Roger...

          You're not following me...

          :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
    Aaron, seriously, if you give Twitter a try and genuinely put a little time into it, I think you will see big rewards. I am sitting here writing for a ghostwriting now that I found on Twitter. I had two writing inquiries today, from people on Twitter. And people like Willie Crawford, Frank Kern, John Reese, and Joel Comm, who are very focused on making money, would not be on there regularly posting if they were not getting an ROI.

    Here's a free tip: Post regularly about your business and what you are doing with your business. If you have a lot of followers, the results will be phenomenal.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Williams
    I don't get alot of this social networking site business either but... I don't need to "get it", I just need to know how to use these things to drive traffic to my ultra cool t-shirt website.
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    • Profile picture of the author psresearch
      Man. I hate posting this, but I'm going to admit that I really didn't get it until reading this particular thread.

      For those of you who have posted are there any particular courses you'd recommend about best uses of Twitter?

      I just canceled out of Howie Schwarz's Twitter system, because I really was NOT getting it.

      I feel like I've just had one of those "aha" moments that sometimes take me a LONG time to get to.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
        Originally Posted by markquinn View Post

        Man. I hate posting this, but I'm going to admit that I really didn't get it until reading this particular thread.

        For those of you who have posted are there any particular courses you'd recommend about best uses of Twitter?

        I just canceled out of Howie Schwarz's Twitter system, because I really was NOT getting it.

        I feel like I've just had one of those "aha" moments that sometimes take me a LONG time to get to.
        Go on Twitter. Follow some big name internet marketers on there. Observe what they do. There's nothing like reverse engineering!
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        • Profile picture of the author psresearch
          Originally Posted by Dana_W View Post

          Go on Twitter. Follow some big name internet marketers on there. Observe what they do. There's nothing like reverse engineering!
          Yep. Great idea.

          Thanks.
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          • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
            LOL... we toasted you Aaron...

            I'll follow you back.... because you have the face to stand up and be counted, even though you made such a bold statement against it..

            Peace

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            p.s. I was the twit who twittered bout this thread
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            • Profile picture of the author Fabian Tan
              It's a useful tool mainly for getting supplementary traffic and getting a slight increase in traffic. BUT, if you're the type that is very social on Twitter, most of the traffic you will get will probably be from your own buddies.

              It is not an out-and-out, aggressive tool that you can use to build a business with and bank 5-figures a month. It's good as a supplement and you can get immediate response from it in the same way that email can, albeit on a lesser scale.

              I can't see anyone using it to build a main business out of it, unless of course, you are selling 'How To Make Money On Twitter' products.

              Mainly, it's for entertainment and social interaction.

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            • Profile picture of the author Aaron Moser
              Originally Posted by JayXtreme View Post

              LOL... we toasted you Aaron...

              I'll follow you back.... because you have the face to stand up and be counted, even though you made such a bold statement against it..

              Peace

              Jay

              p.s. I was the twit who twittered bout this thread

              Thanks Jay... It was all in good fun! I didn't mean any harm. LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Anderson
    An affiliate of ours just "tweeted" about our product with his affiliate link...

    One tweet $500 commission check... and rising

    People follow him to know what he is up to by the minute so i assume its a pretty effective way to affiliate market as well just like sending an email blast to a list but without the filter problems.
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  • Profile picture of the author BrianMcLeod
    The thing about Twitter is that no matter how invested you are in being "too cool for Twitter", sooner than later you'll come around. THEY ALL DO...

    And guess what? Then they have a blast with it and they're hooked.

    Resistance is futile. You HAVE been assimilated.

    Tweet.... Tweet.... Tweet...

    Besides, when you have erudite twilosophers like me brightening the Twittersphere with my nonsense, how can you lose?

    Err.. never mind that last question...

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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Moser
      Originally Posted by LoudMac View Post

      The thing about Twitter is that no matter how invested you are in being "too cool for Twitter", sooner than later you'll come around. THEY ALL DO...

      And guess what? Then they have a blast with it and they're hooked.

      Resistance is futile. You HAVE been assimilated.

      Tweet.... Tweet.... Tweet...

      Besides, when you have erudite twilosophers like me brightening the Twittersphere with my nonsense, how can you lose?

      Err.. never mind that last question...

      Brian

      Brian,

      That's hilarious!

      Looks like I have been officially assimilated into the Twitter sphere! Better late than never...

      I've signed up for Twitter, FINALLY! - LOL

      Follow Me On Twitter

      I'm glad to see I wasn't the only one and that others have conformed now too.
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  • Profile picture of the author jimewing2121
    I really like twitter. I feel like it is a great way to get followers and a great way to see what is working with others. Now, at first I did think it was a bit pointless until I have a couple sales from twitter. Its an easy way to get a targeted audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author Karin
    I was one of those non believers for a while. But I figured that it won't hurt to try it. It does not take much time and it is yet another form of marketing. And as some of you have already said, it does bring in great sales.

    It is also very effective to get some outsourcing done if you are in need of it.

    I am sure that there are many options that I have not even figured out yet, but one thing is clear. A massive amount of people is active on twitter and once you sign up and make a few posts you will immediately get followers. It does not take much.
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  • Profile picture of the author writergirlk
    It's not just a way to build a list - you forge relationships this way. I use it as a "Water cooler" of sorts. I work from home so I don't have colleagues. It's the quickest, most convenient way to "get to know" people on the 'net and see how they tick. And yes, I do get traffic too. I've gotten ideas through it, gotten to know other business owners, etc. I didn't get it at first either. I thought, why do people care "what I'm doing". The answer is - they do - and they expect that you'll care about them, too. This gives twitter a personal accent that traditional list building often fails at.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dana_W
    Okay, I'm following you, Aaron.

    Twitter allows you to socialize while marketing. The Warrior Forum is much more focused. I went on Twitter to ask for help with my son's math problem and got a whole bunch of answers. The social interaction that I miss from no longer being in an office...I get there.
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    • Profile picture of the author BrianMcLeod
      "BANG!"


      Got 'im...

      Brian <- Blowing wisp of smoke from barrel...

      PS: Just followed you, go dig around my follower/following list and you'll find plenty of the usual suspects...
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      • Profile picture of the author Aaron Moser
        Originally Posted by LoudMac View Post

        "BANG!"


        Got 'im...

        Brian <- Blowing wisp of smoke from barrel...

        PS: Just followed you, go dig around my follower/following list and you'll find plenty of the usual suspects...

        LMAO too funny! I'll be playing catch up tonight and adding/following you guys as well.
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        • Profile picture of the author Peter Bestel
          Good on you.

          I'm a veteran Twitterer of about 24 hours (that's how long I've been a member, not how long I've been twittering!!)

          Once again, welcome.

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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Moser
      Originally Posted by Dana_W View Post

      Okay, I'm following you, Aaron.

      Twitter allows you to socialize while marketing. The Warrior Forum is much more focused. I went on Twitter to ask for help with my son's math problem and got a whole bunch of answers. The social interaction that I miss from no longer being in an office...I get there.
      Thanks Dana!

      You got me interested in something I didn't think would be cool. Now I see what everyone is talking about...

      Take care,
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      Originally Posted by rani84jor View Post

      i dont like it
      As Brain said... Resistance is futile! - LOL
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    Twitter is good for spying on the guru's.
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