This article talks about twitter etiquette. If people follow you, what are your responsibilities to them? Do you HAVE to follow? I have found that I only want to follow those people who are dead on topic for me with either SEO, SEM, Website Design, Blogging and/or those people that are within my state as I enjoy those connections as well. To just follow anyone and everyone that follows you created a huge waste of time for me, and even more things to look at and decide if they are worthy of my time.
I am experimenting with having more than one Twitter “face”.
I have my @yourwebchick profile for my business interests and @veryhappywife for the more girlie side of me that likes to learn and discuss things like gardening, photography, parenting, marriage, cooking, empty-nesters, scrap booking etc. I haven’t spent much time making connections on that one yet so I’ll let you know how my experiment goes.
I do agree that you should always answer your @ reply’s. but I’m not sure that the reason some people don’t respond is snobbery, I think many people on Twitter don’t really understand how to find their DM’s and @ responses. To people who have used Twitter for awhile it seems obvious, but I think it’s our responsibilities to help the newbies we see. I will usually message someone who followed me but doesn’t have a picture or a link or their profile filled out and prompt them to do so. Most people are greatful that I took my time to help them out.
It’s Official. Facebook Is Running A Protection Racket On App Developers
I personally think this is a great idea! The reason most adults kept away from Facebook was for fear that it was like MySpace filled with 10 year olds saying they were 16, sending you spammy posts and ridiculous applications. Facebook started out clear of that nonsence but then came the slap me, stamp me, poster me, etc etc etc. Making developers uphold a certain standard of reliability, security and pay a fee to have people use your application is a great move by facebook.
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If you can talk....
This is a great recording explaining how to make money with what you already know or what you can learn in a week on the internet. Both the guys speaking are quite down to earth and fun to listen to.
They give tips on what to say, how to prepare, correct recording equipment and researching your market. Read the rest of the post here.
Making Money With Your Microphone [FREE BETA RECORDING]
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