Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald asked a simple question Sunday night and got 1000 simple answers from fans.
At this time last year, Twitter was just a blip. Today, it is a legitimate and effective way of connecting to others. On Friday, Larry Chiang posted yet another list of how to leverage Twitter for marketing purposes. I worry about strategies for tweeting that don’t start with being authentic.
Some good regional tech news to push out to people at the Bloomington Geek Dinner tonight at Michael’s Uptown Cafe tonight at 6p: We’re having a Blog IN on Saturday, April 26 from 1pm to 5pm at IUPUI School of Informatics in Indianapolis. Our goal is to attract as many bloggers as we can from around the state for a half-day of fun, learning, relationship building, tip sharing, and more.
How do people use Twitter? Themes of marketing, news, networking and efficiency clearly provided the foundation of the service’s appeal. We’ve posted several specific examples of utilization that have appeared since last spring.
Ed Dale, a marketer with a training website called The Thirty Day Challenge, published a great mini-talk on the virtues of Twitter from a marketing perspective. Two great observations come out of this: There are many ways to interact with Twitter, and Twitter is side-by-side communication.