A long time ago I had a yellow Fiat Punto. It was the exact same colour as my hair at the time, as my best man took great delight in explaining to our wedding guests. The car was what your parents would call a 'souped-up' edition with a turbo that propelled it forward like the … Continue reading Keyboard warriors aren’t what they used to be
We've marketed the fact we're on Twitter. It's on every e-shot we send out, for example, but it simply hasn't caught on. Several customers have signed up, only to leave their account untouched, no doubt somewhat bemused at the service's insistence on asking what they're up to.
Time for another update. And there's not much to update, really. A colleague of mine has, however, pointed me in the direction of useful couple of sites which others in Twitterland (these Twitisms are getting very annoying, aren't they) might find useful. http://www.tweetburner.com is a very useful URL-shortening service which includes the ability to track … Continue reading We’re Still Twittering in the Workplace
Well, it's been a week or so since we opened our work twitter account and we have 8 followers. Admittedly, two of those are employees and another is a partner … but it's progress, sort of. The five followers that are genuine customers have all signed up as a result of an e-shot we sent … Continue reading Twittering at work update
Think about it, what quicker way is there to release information en-masse? Twitter is growing massively by the day and the traffic it can generate is substantial.