Every time I send a tweet I think about who might be reading it, where it is going, what the purpose of it is and what it means. I think of it visually. Continue reading “Hours and hours”
Go here for a list of social media events, days and times arranged by day; Go here for an interactive map arranged geographically (Northern England only at present).
While on the surface Twitter appears to be much simpler than Facebook (posting a tweet does ostensibly resemble Facebook’s status updates, but with a 140 character limit) there is definitely a sense that you’re tweeting into a void. What should you tweet about? Who are you tweeting to? At least with Facebook, there’s a concrete sense that you are talking to your friends.
In this post, a draft chapter from an e-book I am preparing, I explain how social media networking events work, and give an idea of the etiquette involved.
Thank you to Angie Aspinall who has published my guest blog for last week’s #yorkshirehour (a weekly social media event … Continue reading Guest blog for #yorkshirehour