I LOVE interacting with my fans. Whether it’s on Facebook, Twitter or here, on my blog. But I want to concentrate my post on Twitter. I always feel guilty when I have to drop someone on Twitter. Why? Well, mainly it’s because of over-tweeting. Like every other minute. I hate the link tweeter. I kind of feel it’s always a bait and switch. Great post with a link. Then it’s a view from the backseat of a Chicago area cab. Ok, it’s cool. Fun stuff, but don’t over tweet by showing me every other corner from the backseat of said cab. I also don’t care for the constant tweets with profanity. I’m not a goody two shoes, but I am sure there other people don’t like to see it either.
Another reason is that it’s important to clean out your list. I use Tweetdeck and the more people you follow, the more tweets are shown. Then I miss out on comments I can use on the show. So, I clean out my list and I gotta tell ya, every unfollow brings 140 characters of guilt.
Should I feel bad? What are the reasons you unfollow people? Is it a good idea to clean out your list? Do you feel different about me because I have “Twitter Standards?”
Rock forth, Mitch
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