It is hard to believe but I have been on Twitter for almost 5years and 6months. I have to admit for the first several months I really didn’t get it, but as time went on and other social media networks lost their charm for me to want to keep using, my passion for Twitter kept growing. I am often asked what is Twitter by social media unfriendly people, its not very easy to try and describe what micro-blogging is to a person thats never heard of it. In simple words, I said ‘It is an easy way to communicate with everyone without complications”.
I have discovered the power (and fun) of Twitter, and these reasons are my own. I know that sounds crazy, but I am addicted to it just like how I am addicted to Colas and Coffee. I check Twitter before I even log into my email.There is a reason I don’t watch News anymore, and its because I don’t want to get depressed with all the doom and gloom bad news. With Twitter, I get amazing updates and information on all that I am very passionate about. I do not want my phone buzzing all the time so I am glad it has a mobile version that makes it easy to Twitter away on my phone if I were on a computer. I know its silly, but it makes me smile. I love to see how certain individuals act on Twitter, and I wonder if they act the same way in real life. How they speak, I wonder if Twitter gives them the same power people feel when sending an email or instant message. Either way I have fun watching some peoples conversations back and forth. Being able to chat with some of the most amazing people of any industry, and ask them questions and have them answered back almost instantly is some amazing gratification. This is a great platform to set the record straight, and let people know who you are and really build up a name for yourself.
I would not be able to call myself a real Twitter user if I did not ask you to follow me, so @romspeaks.
“This post is a part of the prompt of the week, USE ‘TWITTER’ IN YOUR POST , by The BlogChatter online community of bloggers in Twitter which meet every Wednesday at 8.30 PM IST discussing various blogging topics on twitter.”
I write a lot, which keeps me off the streets and out of trouble. There is always something to write about, always a new story to craft. Not writing, for me, is like trying to hold back a sneeze. Learning to write was the most powerful influence in my life. I can still remember the awe I felt when I realized I could put real words onto paper and tell out a story. From that first ‘a-ha’ moment I knew I wanted to write.
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