do you twitter???

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I’ve just set a twitter page for my business:

however i’m not sure about it – i’m thinking already i prefer facebook. what are your thoughts?
Posted: 2009-11-04 12:05:29
krunchie frog
I love Twitter. Though for businesses it's not ideal. I tend to block the businesses that follow me just to promote themselves cause I said a certain word.
Posted: 2009-11-04 13:07:00
I don't have any friends on twitter, so I feel there's no point.
Posted: 2009-11-04 16:25:32
krunchie frog
Twitters better, I think, for those who have an iPhone or something like that. Or who work at a computer all day and can sneak on it.

If I didnt have an iPhone I'd never really use it.

Have made a few friends on it. Also is how I started my band, I was given some instruments, been given tickets to things,chatted to 'celebs' I like, been a film extra... Also people seem interested in my art on there :)

But is def just a distraction from work or when you're bored
Posted: 2009-11-04 17:19:52
Sparrows Lass
ive never been able to know how to post tweets, or if i did no one ever spoke to me so i think its rubbish
Posted: 2009-11-04 19:49:38
krunchie frog
You got to follow a few people and you'll get followers back.

Can't really call it rubbish if it's down to you not working out hiw to tweet ;)

To be honest I think it's weird to people at first to get used to but there are many who enjoy it and talk to hundreds of people and there are those who don't 'get it'.
Posted: 2009-11-04 22:25:43
I get it, can see how popular it is, but I just don't have any friends on there. And there aren't really any celebs who I'd want to chat to either. When JD and Daniel Radcliffe get it, then let me know ;)

How did you get tickets and become a film extra etc?
Posted: 2009-11-05 13:15:00
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