Ryan Mark Paul A. Eriksson

A successful Twittership

In Business, Entrepreneur, Social Media, Twitter on 2011/10/30 at 22:46

Keep the love alive!

 

Ryan Eriksson | A Successful Twittership

Ryan Eriksson | A Successful Twittership

The continuous journey in a relationship works exactly the same way with your interaction in Twitter. You start on a honeymoon; you get to know your way in Twitter; you experience some disappointment; you find stability; and then further increase your commitment. So where is your heart right now for Twitter?

Like in a relationship, there’s a few things you need to do in order to keep the flame for Twitter. Social media will stay for good so be ready to make a long-term investment.
 

It’s never too late to set up a plan.

 

  • Define your goals – whether it is for social, political, professional, cultural or for various reasons. It is also crucial to have milestones in achieving your main goal. Clearly defining your goal is a good way to put you back on track in case you forgot why you have joined Twitter in the first place.
  • If you got it, flaunt it! Use your personality and your own style of communication. Nobody wants to talk to a robot, and neither to a wall. If you are trying to find your nisch of tweeps to follow you and whom you want to follow, they will easily find you through your personal interactions. Most of the time, birds with the same feather flock together.
  • Renew, Develop & Improve. The only constant in this world is change. So be ready to renew, develop and improve your goals. This keeps the momentum of using Twitter going. Moreover, by doing this you treat your relationship with Twitter like a living organism.

Successful Twittership requires a solid strategy. And your strategy need not to be a complicated melange of goals. Keep it simple, keep it personal. Then from thereon, push yourself by renewing and developing. That way, you don’t get stuck in the past.

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