Twitter Lists: courtesy, classification, trust

Following someone back on Twitter validates a two-way connection. It confirms mutual interest. The rhetoric of courtesy Everyone online is entitled to be selective with their follows. In fact, some of the most successful networking efforts are deliberate and executed with clear purpose. So if someone follows you but you're not sure if you want to … Continue reading Twitter Lists: courtesy, classification, trust

Do you follow?

Recently I've managed to successfully convince friends to join Twitter, despite their deer-in-the-headlights reaction. I've also been privileged by follows from complete strangers, mostly entrepreneurs and professionals, who I know enjoy and benefit from the level of engaged interaction we have and try to maintain on a regular basis. Obviously interaction is key to social … Continue reading Do you follow?