To Tweet, Or Not To Tweet – That Is The Question

By Ernest O’Dell – Guerrilla Internet Marketing

Date: Sunday, April 11, 2010

I finally “bit the bullet” about a year or so…

I “took the bait” and signed up on Twitter. Mind you, this was done over a year ago—under the premise of finding out what all the hoopla was all about.

After hearing so much about Twitter, and what it could do for you as a business tool, I decided to try it out and see what it was all about. I—like many others before me—thought “tweeting” was just a waste of time—something of a New Gen kiddie toy. I really didn’t think I could do a lot with the limitations of a 140 character “mini-blog.”

Boy! Was I wrong!

It’s enough, I guess, that I can get the same on Facebook, LinkedIn, MyBlogLog or MySpace. Whatever for, or why, did I need another social networking platform?

One word: Exposure.

Or, two words: Exponential Exposure.

To read the rest of the article, click on the link below:

To Tweet, Or Not To Tweet – That Is The Question – GUERRILLA REVIEW.pdf


  1. The cool thing about Twitter is that you can set up your account to be on auto pilot in order to create a targeted following and drive them to your blog or fan page. Do you use the application twitterfeed for your account?

    • Yes, indeed, TwitterFeed is a great application to use in conjunction with a Twitter account. In addition to that, I also have traffic generated from FriendFeed and SocialOomph. SocialOomph has a great “auto-follow” function with capabilities to send out rotating messages to your followers. It has been a boon for my FB fan pages.

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