If any of you are regular readers of the Warrior Forum you will have no doubt seen the video that Jason Moffatt made about Twitter yesterday showing us what his take is on it. It actually really appealed to me because at the same time, after 5 months, I got back on Twitter and decided to start using it again.
Watch the ‘Jason’ take on it and then let me know what your views are. It’s caused a lot of mixed feelings on the subject where some feel that he’s right on the mark and others think that he’s way off.
I hate to sit on the fence with this one, but I can see a lot of common sense in both arguments. To be honest, I have not used it enough to go one way or the other. It was at the same time yesterday that I saw a lot of people raving about another Warriors Twitter product and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I got a copy and have to say that the product was well written and a good read.
Although I wont post all about the product, it does seem like a good way to build up a large following on Twitter but there is a LOT of work to do if you want to build relationships with your followers. I added a few people that I wanted to follow (internet marketers) because I like to know what they are doing. Being able to see the personal side of some of the big names in marketing is refreshing and something that I like. Do I expect those people to follow me just because I added them? No.
If I were to ask those people a question would I be offended if they didn’t answer? No. I understand how hard it can be to keep up with everyone with your business without Twitter.
Does Jason come across as a little harsh – sure to some people, but if anyone has been following Jason Moffatt for any amount of time, they will also understand that it’ just his way. Saying it as it is.
There is one great thing about Twitter. You choose to use it or you decide not to and at any time you can follow someone or decide not to – if someone says something you don’t like, stop following them!
Let me know what you think about Twitter and how you use it. Social or part of your marketing efforts? I’m going to follow this one and think about it over the weekend before I commit myself one way or the other.