Remember that kid in high school who said that he hung out with the popular kids over the weekend…but really only went over to drop off his older sister? Or that co-worker who said that she met a bunch of famous people at an event the other night when you know that she was at a restaurant down the street? Continue reading
If you want to be effective on Twitter, be willing to promote others who are doing great things in your community, your industry, your life…and avoid getting caught up in emotionally-charged tweets about what someone has or hasn’t done for you. In other words: don’t be a tattletale.
Twitter is a great tool for connecting with your audience. So, why do so many people use it as a bullhorn for self promotion?
Sure. Your company is great, but as the saying goes: let another praise you, and not your own mouth; someone else, and not your own lips. Continue reading