Have you heard of Twitter? Are you on Twitter?
The opinions on Twitter vary a lot. And the reactions I get range from “What is it?” to “It is frickin’ awesome!”
I do use Twitter and today I just wanted to take a moment to ask you to follow me on Twitter. My reason is below.
For those in the dark on it, here are some links to articles I’ve done on PCMech about Twitter:
If you do not have an account, you can get one for free. Then, I recommend you get a Twitter client because it does help you get the most out of Twitter with minimal hassle. All of it is free, but it will help you get plugged into the world of social media.
OK, so here I am on Twitter:
Now, why follow me?
Twitter is a direct way to be in contact with me. Not everything I say on Twitter is business-related. Sometimes you’ll see me having conversations with others on Twitter. Also, I will be making announcements regarding PCMech.com on Twitter. So, you will have to follow me to get those updates (unless you want to wait to get them through other means).
I’m also going to try to have some fun with you guys – just over Twitter. I may even select a weekly featured Twitter follower and highlight you guys to my other followers.
Trust me, for some of the future things I will do around PCMech, there will be reasons to be in touch with me on Twitter.
But, let’s make this more interesting. I want to be able to more easily communicate with my readers, so I have an interest in asking you to follow me on Twitter. So, what I’m going to do is give away a FREE YEAR of access to PCMech University (http://www.pcmechuniversity.com). The way this is going to work is that you have to follow me on Twitter. I will then pick one random follower on Twitter and I will direct message that person over Twitter. If they respond, we’ll get in touch via email and I will set you up with a free membership.
BTW, I will follow you back that way I can also see what you guys are saying. This is all a big conversation and I’d love to have you onboard.
All you have to do is get a free Twitter account (if you don’t have one yet), then go to www.twitter.com/davidrisley and hit the “Follow” button. That is all. Then, you’ll want to get involved with Twitter and start using it.
See ya on Twitter. Have a good evening.
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