I love the idea of a museum of social media that features the most memorable moments from the most successful conversations, likes, and reactions. Think about the ‘What’s trending now’ posts from Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. Or the ‘Who’s on Instagram’ posts from the person who makes everyone’s heart skip a beat by posting their best shots of their favorite outfits and hairstyles. This is a great idea.
So how does this apply to something like Twitter? Well, by posting your best tweets, you’re also contributing to your own Twitter bios in the future so you can be recognized for all the things you did in the past that went viral. You can even help out your friends with the hashtag #tweetstoke, which is a kind of “show your best tweets” function that Twitter provides, and in this case you can also get your own hashtag in the future.
It’s a good idea, but it’s not for everyone. I know when I first started talking about having a Twitter and how it’s important for you to be on this social network, I was met with a variety of responses like, “Hey, I’m not a Twitter person but I do like the idea.
Twitter is a great tool to create your own community, but sometimes that community comes very highly, and other people will like your tweets if they are the type that would benefit from your words. It also depends on the person in question, but it’s a common problem that happens with people who are not into Twitter. The best thing to do is to be open to other people and find out what they are interested in.
I thought about what this question was asking and decided that it was a great way to open up any conversation we had about social media. I don’t know if the person asking this question is a Twitter person or not, but I think it’s worth asking. I think there are a lot of people who don’t really understand what it is or how to use it.
While this may be a bad question for Twitter, it can actually be a very good question for any social networking site. I mean, who exactly is asking this question? If you are not a Twitter person, you probably don’t care that much. But if you are, you might want to pay attention and get a handle on your own site.
The people who are asking this question are the people who post status updates (or even just “Likes”) on their own wall. Some people just like to know what their friends think of their work. If you have a big following on your blog, or an active group of friends, you might also want to take a look at your own wall.
There are a few things to take into account before you do so. First, you need to understand what you’re looking to gain by posting status updates on social media. This might also include the people who follow you and who might be interested in what you post. I’ve written about this before, but it bears repeating.
When I was in school, I was part of a class that had its own website and this website was my school library. This was a huge undertaking, even for a small school. The school president started talking to me about having an online presence, and this blog was one of his main suggestions. I told him that I was going to do it later, but I was starting to get a little nervous about what I was about to put out there.
My blog isn’t a social-media museum, and I think it is too vague. It basically just is a diary of sorts where I write about anything and everything that I want to write about, plus a lot of random thoughts and observations. I guess the point of putting it out there is to give people something tangible to read and think about.