If You Are In Business, You Ought To Be Using Twitter


Twitter is defined as a “social networking and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read messages known as tweets.” When I mention Twitter in a business setting, I typically get a raised eyebrow and eye rolling. People still believe Twitter is a waste of time and can’t understand why anyone in the world would care if you just ate a poppy seed bagel or you just left the barber shop, and you’re on your way to get an ice cream cone. When people boo-hoo Twitter as a joke, I shake my head and tell them, “You don’t have a clue.”

The Twitterverse is ripe with opportunity. Adrian Dayton, author of “Social Media For Attorneys, Twitter Edition,” likens Twitter as “a gigantic cocktail party where there is a tremendous opportunity to network with people all across the world.”

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