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I'm Not a Stalker

May 7, 2009
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I promise I’m not a stalker, but I do want to “follow” you.

I was kind of skeptical about Twitter when I first started. Really, how much impact can 140 measly characters actually have? I discovered that the enforced brevity of the messages is the secret, though. It doesn’t take very long to look through the tweets since they’re so short, but it’s still possible to get a good idea of what’s going on and what’s important to the people I’m following. It’s also an easy way to share information via links to various news stories and other websites.

But I’m not here to wax poetic about the wonders of Twitter. What I’m hoping to do is find more people in the ceramic, glass and related industries to follow. So if you tweet about your business or the industry in general, or if your company has a Twitter account, please let me know. Feel free to follow me (http://twitter.com/SusanSuttonCI) and I’ll reciprocate, or shoot me an e-mail at suttons@bnpmedia.com with your info. I look forward to following you in the future!
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