Here we are growing, learning, changing, doing the best that we can to achieve our goals and to market our business ..
We have many tools available to us that enable us to go out and make a difference. Most involve a lot of work, but some are fun.
One such tool that is sweeping the world is Twitter. The enigma surrounding Twitter is that there is no consensus as to what Twitter really is or what role Twitter plays in our modern world. Many think of Twitter as a place for instant communication, others call Twitter social media. Some say Twitter is the epitome of micro-blogging, that Twitter represents the larger reality in a small space. Celebrities use Twitter to update their fans. Others simply use Twitter as a way to stay in touch with friends and family.
The truth about Twitter is that Twitter is whatever you want it to be .
I think that most people feel a bit awkward the first time that we go to tweet. Twitter can be a bit overwhelming for the novice and it is normal to feel nervous about our early posts. For these reasons, try to involve and interact with both friends and family so that you do not have to step too far outside of your comfort zone.
Whatever purpose that you see or use Twitter for, just remember to have fun and above all else, be yourself. Let others see the passion that drives you. Let your inner light shine.
Be sure to take a little extra time to read the Twitter FAQ . It pays to familiarize yourself with what is and is not allowed on Twitter.
Do be yourself. Do make friends. Do be respectful of your listeners.
Don't overwhelm your audience with too many posts. Don't be rude. Don't use profanity or mock others.
Remember that Twitter has a worldwide following and that the service is used by children as well as adults. Be creative in your posts and most of all, enjoy yourself.
Whatever your view as to what Twitter is, just make it your own.
Now, in 140 characters or less: What are you doing?
To your abundant success,
Independent Business Owner
One discipline always leads to another discipline. ~ Jim Rohn