I’m not positive, but I think now that Loren Baker and Kim Krause-Berg have signed up for Twitter, I’m the Last Internet Marketer/Social Media User not playing in that sandbox.
I feel like I should win some kind of prize. But I also feel like I should sign up. Hmmmm…choices.
Do it. Seriously. For all the smack I talked back in October, it’s really worth it. You’ve got advance notice on many new blog posts, and, get a chance to also increase traffic and attention to what you’re doing.
Nope, not the last person at all!
@Phil – in my Internet marketing circles, I think I am. I know you and the U2 gang aren’t. 🙂
Matt, if you did sign up then you couldn’t have been the last since I just sent my first message earlier this evening.
Nope. Not signed up, David. 🙂
just sign up for it already buddy
Matt, we know you can’t resist the power of the tweet. Just think about what you are missing…. what I had for breakfast, what the weather is in some city you are not in, what’s on some strangers DVR, and all those other need to know bits of information. Come on, jump in, become one of us. Muuhooohaahaaahaa.
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