This is the second post in my Twitter for Regular People series.
One of the nicest surprises I’ve encountered as a consumer of social media is this: You can use Twitter to get what you want.
Anyone can publish to the general public. In the past, it was much harder to express dissatisfaction with a company with which you do business. But today, you can use social media – Twitter, in particular – to deal with problems you experience, and you can get real results. Continue reading
I found this picture today on failbook.com (though I believe it originated on Reddit; I’m not too sure). As much as the picture is presented as a criticism of Facebook Timeline, I genuinely wonder what kind of an effect this has on users. Continue reading
My attraction to social media is a strange one. I tend to be very skeptical of the next big thing.
One thing that has always driven me nuts about Twitter is that most of what I hear about how to use it is meant as a guide for content producers and social media gurus, whoever they are, and not for the average consumer. Continue reading