Someone has tweeted about my blog yesterday. Was that you?
Seeing twitter.com in a list of websites sending traffic my way pumped a dose of adrenaline up my arteries: if you find this blog worth tweeting about, then it must be… well, worth tweeting about. Thanks!
The ultimate effect is this: I opened a Twitter account. That’s something that I have planned for a few months, but never thought I had time for it. How young and foolish I have been! It took me about 47 seconds to both open the account and tweet a Hello World of a sort.
I’ve been blogging about Sure Step, talking about Sure Step, learning about Sure Step, teaching Sure Step, evangelizing Sure Step, here on this blog, in online columns, at conferences, presentations, (pre-)sales calls, with partners, with customers, in one-on-one contacts, e-mails, Linked In, Facebook, Squidoo (haven’t tweeted about it yet, but that’s to come).
I believe in Sure Step.
But what I think might not be important at all. I am just an average joe out there voicing his opinion.
What do you think of Sure Step?
Has it worked for you? Has it not?
What do you like about it? What don’t you like about it?