A few days before New year I read on webpronews.com about Ghost Tweeting. You see, for me it was quite amusing how some folks were upset when their Guru admited that he had hired people to Tweet for him. Gee, but isn’t this quite obvious for most people, and than especially when we are talking about known and influencial VIP’s that they are definitely not going to spend the majority of their days in Tweeting themselves? 🙂
For the users of Twitter like myself – I am visiting Twitter very sporadically, not to say – almost never. I simply do not have the time, nor am I visiting any other online community such as Facebook, or even Flickr that often. If there were financial interests involved with the Web 2.0 – than I guess I would hire a Ghost Twitter myself, and will make sure to explain to him, or her what matters to me, and how to make the posts without me needing to delete any. Obviously there will be many thinking otherwise in regards, and am really curious to read such comments.
In my next post I will be talking about Google, and the latest algo of theirs that might screw our rankings due to speed – told by Matt Cutts on the 23rd of December 2009 – again on webpronews.com
Until than, and be always Fabulous…