I don’t know how many of you remember having an imaginary friend or if your child has an imaginary friend, but when I first started Twitter I called everyone my imaginary playmate . It took me about six weeks to three months to learn Twitter etiquette with the help of others.
I have been tweeting for over three years now as @ListentoMePleas and really enjoy it. For the first year I had my world divided into my online virtual friends and my friends in the real world .
Shara at Mommy Perks
When I first got onto Twitter in 2009, I thought it was pretty silly. I had someone else start my account and run my account, in the beginning. I decided to take over because I wanted to tweet for myself (I felt this was more authentic). Since that time I’ve met some of the most amazing, kind, thoughtful, humble and creative people. On Twitter you’ll find everything from Coaches and Doctors to Teachers, Dentists, Parents and Lawyers. Some days it’s hard to drown out the noise and focus on specific learning endeavors. I have found it helpful to network with various people from different groups who really spark my interest. I love learning new things and reading from different perspectives but we sort of have to pick and choose who will be in our circles; as we don’t have time to network closely with everyone. Twitter has brought me new friendships, new colleagues, new clients, business opportunites and a world of learning. It’s also quite humbling because you’ll read opposing viewpoints every single day, all day long, showing you that “not everything thinks just like you!” I love that.
I would love to hear why you love twitter?
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