Have you ever sent a Tweet like this? "Help! I need 500 followers by noon! Please ReTweet this!" If you have, you're doing yourself more harm than good. Read on to find out why desperation won't win you any friends, or any followers.
Man says something stupid in front of journalist. Journalist does job. Twitter backlash Man sulks, flounces. Moral: Don’t say stupid things on the internet. Stupid = Backlash. I don’t want to have to do this again.
Man says something stupid in front of journalist. Journalist does job. Twitter backlash Man sulks, flounces. Moral: Don’t say stupid things on the internet. Stupid = Backlash. I think that just about sums it up.
Anyone who reads Econsultancy might well have noticed a recent post about a startup called Twadges. The firm promises to provide Twitter users with Foursquare style badges to mark any notable “achievements” in a user’s lifetime. Now I don’t know which badges they will be offering, but I’ve had a few ideas. And here’s a...
Chances are that you're going to fit into at least one of these pigeonholes. Not all will ruin your chances of making everyone's dinner party list, but they will limit the number of people who want to follow you.
I'll take it as read that everyone here is following me on Twitter at @Mr603 (and if not, why not?), but there may be one or two copywriting experts you should be following that have somehow slipped the net.
Over the past few months, I’ve noticed that I’m using my mobile phone (HTC Hero, if you care) more for surfing the internet than I do for making calls and sending texts. This is either representative of a shift in the way people use the internet, or just conclusive proof that I don’t have many...
Well, New Year’s finally here, and with but a few hours left of this decade, I’d like to take this opportunity to announce my New Year’s Resolutions. Please feel free to disregard them, as they’ll inevitably be abandoned by the time my hangover clears some time next year.
Lock your doors and windows before Google's Thought Police arrest your children. Be quiet though - don't forget to mute the notification sounds on your Twitter App.
Download Tweetdeck. Use Tweetdeck's RT function. Only use Twitter.com for follower/list/account maintenance because frankly, it's not a good site.
The above may seem like a sweeping statement, but the more social media comes into the mainstream, the more the original reasons we signed up become lost.
With a veritable hate-storm brewing, it's not going to be long before other daily papers pick up on Jan Moir's ranting and the Twitter backlash. When this goes mainstream, could the threat of bad publicity put off advertisers?