Tweeting – I took the Dive.

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Published on: January 25, 2010

In a previous post, I questioned how much Twitter could really do for me.  After some comments made, and some other blog posts that I have read – I decided to take the dive.

Andy Warren and Glenn Berry, both blogged about their twitter experiences after my last blog on the subject.  Both bring up some valid points that make sense to me.  Others people have also made mention of some good reasons why to tweet.  The biggest reason I can find is that it can help to build your brand.  I am trying to start a blog (well continue it at this point), increase viewer/readership as well as create my personal brand.  One comment was made that helped me to realize another aspect of twitter – the social network really integrates into blogs quite nicely.  I heard another person tell me that he was going to spread the word on twitter about this blog – that is pretty cool.  So if others will spread the word for me, why shouldn’t I as well use the same tools to help myself out some too!!

So the only thing left to do now is to mention that I have updated my blog to integrate with my twitter account, added an icon so you could click to follow me on twitter, and my twitter account is sqlrnnr.

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  1. Dugi says:

    I wish you nice twittering!

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