You have that song stuck in your head yet?
That little ditty is a good example of what being on the social networking site Twitter is like… a repetitious, addictive, short phrased wonder that can either bring total joy or be an utter annoyance.
Something that is certain that Twitter is here and isn’t flying away anytime soon, over the weekend I overheard at least ten conversations out in public that were about Twitter. Surprisingly they weren’t in 140 characters or less, as some of us Twitter folk have found ourselves doing in real life conversation. It has become more than a trendy, new site but a new way to communicate. Seems like the bird IS the word these days.
If you are going to network you might as well do it in your underwear.(Thanks to @Nullvariable for repeating this on “Why Twitter Is Great For Networking?” during his Greenville Social Media Club presentation on “Twitter in Twelve Minutes“)
Not only has it changed my life, but has allowed me to meet people I may have not been able to even if I spent all day in meetings or social events.
It’s better than a mirror. if I ever need a question answered,I usually just ask my twitter friends and someone will have an answer. This works great for food recommendations, job tips, music, you name it someone will have an opinion. I have even seen people post Twitpics from dressing rooms when they can’t decide what to buy.
I tend to use Twitter Search more than Google nowadays, why? Well, if I am looking up information on a topic I can usually find tons of personal reviews or information on it immediately. For example I recently wanted information on the Flip Mino and found tons of people on Twitter search that recommended the Kodak ZI6 instead.