I’m planning a Twitter workshop for some of my BabyBoomer friends, who are finally getting the idea that Twitter isn’t going away — and maybe they ought to jump aboard sooner rather than later.
There’s a whole lot of confusion out there: note the “Digital Divide” that Janis Johnson and I discussed in my last post Social Media has a PR problem.
How often do I tweet?
When do I tweet?
What do I tweet — business? personal?
And, of course, the “help” abounds all over the Internet. I like my two posts
A recent “tutorial” brought to my attention by my student and colleague Zahid Lilani was a video featuring Social Media Thought Leader Chris Brogan discussing Social Media 101
In the last few minutes devoted entirely to Twitter, Chris describes his own Tweeting strategy:
Chris called Twitter “His Serendipity Engine” through which he’s met scores of people he’d never have met any other way.
NOTE: Super Tech Geek Robert Scoble said yesterday that Chris does Twitter wrong simply because he talks so much about other things and other people, and Robert wanted to read more about Chris.
I wanted to mix personal with business.
So here are the latest photos of my “Buckeye Family”: