As Twitter popularity grows, so does the resulting questioned looks we get as we try to explain it.
And no wonder, imagine Twitter in real life…
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This is what happens when you actually say the things you would normally just tweet, out loud and in public.
Very reminiscent of my Friday Frivolity – Facebook in Real Life post from last year.
I harp on this a lot, but you’ve always got to see how your audience is going to see a new tool, a new tactic or a new strategy. So remember this when talking to clients – put on your newbie glasses and try as hard as you can to see what they’re seeing. Whether it’s a new digital approach to an old problem or an exciting new step in unchartered territory; always view it from the audience’s perspective first. Then explain it. Then execute with the client’s blessing.
Because if you don’t explain in properly, your just showing people pictures of your cat.*
*not meant to slight cat people, cat bloggers or cats who blog. Please don’t email hate mail to me, it’s a reference to the video. Watch it again. I love cats, actually. I’m a cat guy myself. If I had a cat, I’ll bet he would blog. I had cats before blogs or at least before most cats blogged. It’s the keyboard she didn’t like. Now, if they come up with some meow-recognition software that actually WORKS, then we’re talking…