Can you Feed the Beauty with Twitter?
Twitter has not been an intuitive or agile helper in my social media toolbox. Facebook-with all its growing pains and dysfunctional mannerisms-is easier for me to use.
It’s not the short span of 140 spaces Twitter allows to get the point across; I find that limitation a creative challenge. Zesty.
No, it’s more like the send button you pushed on a email before you thought it through…once an error is made, it’s done. In the case of Twitter it’s publicized in nano seconds for everyone to see. Never 2 b taken bk.
I know there are a lot of you out there who have tried Twitter and given up, pulled out, cheeks pink with shame:
“Ooooohnoooo…The url shoretner did not work and my full website address is showing!” I’ve embarrassed myself so often my self-appointed nickname is TwitDorkness.
But I kept Showing Up on Twitter with my red face and good intentions and guess what? I found kind people who graciously look the other way when you commit a Twitter faux pas.
People I share common interests with, generous souls who want to share from their abundant resources. Smart ones to learn from. Artists to be inspired by. Like photographer @picsiechick
Click on the link above to see the full image. Picsie sends free ecards, updates her images often, and sells regular cards. For a special treat, click on her Flickr link in the upper left corner and visit the Flower set.
Breathless beauty food.
What treasures have you found only on Twitter?