Twitter Follower Recommendation

I read this post and really liked it and liked the thinking of the blogger.

It’s not an easy read, it wont help you get rich quick, those with ADD will have a problem finishing it. He’s not a friend, he’s not a client, I don’t owe him money, we didn’t meet at a conference and promise to bigg each other up.

It’s simply that intelligent writing and thinking should be shouted about.

So much mediocrity and outright dross fills my notebook screen far more than I would like. Twitter is absolutely terrifying for its production of the most banal and boring words ever put on screen. And if you are thinking, “is he talking about me?” then I probably am.

So, when someone writes good stuff worth reading, it stands out. It really stands out.

Follow the guy on Twitter here

Follow me on twitter here, but not if you want fluffy words all coated in syrup, simply designed to boost my Twitter followers.

An interesting follow up to the post from Rory Brown

How Ed Dale Hammered in the Final Nail of my Twitter Coffin

So I previously made fun of Twitter, but there was something about it which kept my attention. One thing which kept me connected was the fact that my peers were spending time there and a conversation existed. Not knowing what the conversation was about became painful, so I had to keep dipping in.

And, there are bits and bobs and nuggets of gold in there, sure you get the, “I’m on the bus”, type twitter, but what you also get is an insight into “the conversation”. I use it professionally, so all the people I follow have something to do with my business and being able to know what is the “thing of the moment” can be very useful. Continue reading “How Ed Dale Hammered in the Final Nail of my Twitter Coffin”