Last night I had some extra time, so I decided that I would finally take the plunge and join Twitter, and start tweeting my life away. Everyone speaks so highly about the value of Twitter that the positives seemed to outweigh my trepidation.
Here's what I was nervous about:
- Do I have enough time in the day to use twitter? Or will it take away from my other activities?
- WHat if I do not have time to use it regularly?
- How do I use all those widgets and things to connect twitter to my AR blog posts and all of the other things that I do online so that Twitter can work behind the scenes?
Okay . . . those are the things that I am anxious about and about which I still do not have the answers.
But, I decided to go for it anyway. I got on last night, and watched the little cartoon for about the 40th time, and then decided to make my username. And here is where I stopped and this is where I hope that all of you experienced Twitterers can help me out:
I am the broker of a real estate brokerage and it would be great to have a Brokerage presence on Twitter. Should I make a username that relates to the brokerage? That way we could get followers and post our brokerage listings and things like that, right?
Now . . . here is the second concern: My pleasure for short sales. A large portion of my blog posts are about short sales and my short sale negotiation company. Should I set up a separate username for that business and connect that with my AR blogs? Should I name it something related to the short sale business or should I use my own name?
Help! Please advise. What would you do based on your Twitter experience?
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