Do you think you’re tweeting enough? Or do you need to tweet more? This is a question I ask of myself and of our clients. So I spent an entire year trying to figure out what happens when you tweet more. Here are my results from a yearlong case study (of myself).
Last year we started the tradition of sharing our most-shared blog posts with you, the reader, at the end of the year with ‘Our 20 Most #AwesomeSauce Blog Posts Of 2013.’ And in continuing the tradition this year is no different. Except for the fact that I’ve honed my writing skills a bit, so we’re sharing less posts and more takeaways. You know, a nice and neat way to bookmark our most valuable posts for referencing … as judged by you!
It’s no secret that our mantra (and tagline) here at B Squared Media is “Think Conversation, Not Campaign.” We believe so much in that foundation of online marketing that we trademarked the statement — serious commitment! And as I’ve been doing my end-of-year clean up — where I unfollow and disconnect with silent, spammy, or just plain SO NOT SOCIAL peeps — I thought instead of ranting about the derelicts that I’d put the “good guys” in the spotlight.
I’ve been asked by the lovely folks here at B Squared Media to take up part three in the “Flagrant Fouls” series. It’s time to talk about my least favorite part of my most favorite social media channel, Twitter. While Twitter doesn’t have a set ToS list as complex as Facebook’s it does have its own set of rules and guidelines. It also has its own set of etiquette among users.