Hi everyone, I’m back with another post and I hope you will like it and find it of interest. This article will focus on Social Networks and it’s convenience in today’s world. The past five years have been about the emergence of Social Networks specially with the success story of Facebook and his creator Mark Zuckerberg.
Social Networks as we know it today are a powerful tool of communication. Companies use it to get closer to their customers, people use it to keep in touch with their friends or to make new friends and some others do actually find business opportunities through it. I came up with the idea of writing something today because I keep experiencing great opportunities I would never have imagined without the use of my Social Networks.
Twitter in that respect come as a very straight forward communication tool to use. Twitter as a social Network is always under strict critics. People tend to think that it’s a useless Social Network and I put my hands up for thinking the same thing. But what we have to remember that as long as we do not know why we need a specific social network, we will never find its utility.
The advantage of Twitter is that it’s a very direct and precise communication tool as I mentioned before plus the fact that you don’t actually need to write too much information about yourself in the profile description. Since everyone on Twitter is actually focusing on your tweets, I find it very interesting.
Twitter is all about the real You, your brain, your instant thought, so whether you are a business or a simple person, Twitter wants to know you, your say. I find it more interesting than Facebook itself in terms of direct or instant communication and its a tool which need to be definitely used by Brands, businesses, artists etc.
People sees the administrator behind his Twitter account as a leader, a role model which in another sense is very beneficial for Brands. They get followers who trust their words and opinion on various subject. So I guess this post answer once and for all the use and importance of Twitter.
Thanks for reading, see you in the next edition, Cedrick delest 😉