Taking a different approach to Follow Friday today and giving you the “why” before I provide the “follow.” More context. More background. And hopefully, more value for you. Let me know what you think.
For more on my “follows”:
Wow, that’s cool. lol, I’m amused. Well, done Arik!
Gotta agree with Sasha, Arik – pretty funky, good sir, and like what you’re doing with the #FF concept.
Thanks for including me and why you included me as well – you’re right, I do like to mix up the professional and personal. I think our websites and blogs can often give all the professional information you need; a conversation piece like Twitter needs to mix it up and offer your human side too.
Mind you, if I start talking about fetishes, you may wish to reconsider… 😉
Have a great weekend, my friend (and hope your little one’s okay).
Couldn’t agree more with all three of these folks. Glad I had the opportunity to actually work with Leo Bottary for a while. Lucky me!
I highly recommend everyone who stops by this post to follow Danny, Leo and Amy.
Thanks for the nod Arik! Have a great weekend!
Thanks for the shout out! It’s always great to connect with you and share ideas, and occasionally make use of all the random tech knowledge I absorb from The Husband.
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Creative and much more valuable than a list of Twitter names.
Just in case you want to promote friends anytime, you can use #followanytime for that any-day-of-the-week shout out: http://socialmediaprofessor.com/2009/03/14/new-twitter-hashtag-followanytime/
When I do the #followanytime, I usually focus on one author at a time and give a reason for following him or her. You might discover some engaging Twitter users if you search for #followanytime.
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