I’ve been hearing a lot of things about Twitter lately and I decided to try my hand at it. To be honest, I have no idea why I created an account and I don’t see any point to keeping it. If you have an account and have an interest in what I’m doing, then check out my account. I need people to follow and I need people to follow me. Plus, this will give me a chance to get to know some of our readers a little better. We’re all about community here.

Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/IveTriedThat

Feel free to explain it to me.

Update:

Badges. Nifty.


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    • Frank
      Frank
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      I recently joined Twitter too, and I fail to see the point of it.

    • mortimas
      mortimas
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      I know tis is late, but I just joined it…. what do you do there?

    • Steve
      Steve
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      I’m following a whopping 1 person (<3 L.Tomorrow for being my only friend). I also added a 'badge' to the post where you can see, IN REAL TIME, my updates.

      God save us all.

    • Maryann
      Maryann
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      Checked with my two teens, and they say twitter is for those who sit at a PC all day amd don’t use I.M. (Instant Messaging), don’t have or have limited text messaging on their phone or simply cannot understand how to text on a phone.
      So there you have it!

    • Jayce
      Jayce
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      If you DO figure out WHY to Twitter, please let us know. Personally, I see no reason to sign up and tell the world what my inane thoughts are multiple times per day. I do enough of that on my blog on a semi-daily basis.

    • L.Tomorrow
      L.Tomorrow
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      You might want to start with looking for people to follow.
      Even Barack Obama has a Twitter. XD

      I made you a reply on Twitter, see if you got it.

      Tip: don’t expect to not be annoyed. I’ll consider removing John Chow from my list if he keeps telling me when he’s having dinner.

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