Hello, my little fledglings. Those of you who are diligently following my direction and building your flock via my book Get 10,000+ Twitter Followers—Easily, Quickly, Ethically, as well as you lovebirds who recently purchased my book, will notice that ManageFlitter was effectively (but hopefully temporarily) put out of business by the mean birds Twitter gods.
Part 3 in the continuing saga known as Love Letters to Jack* (Dorsey). Dear @Jack, All I want for Christmas is world peace. And for Twitter to work. Not just for my own self-interest, but for the world. Peace on earth begins with family, Jack, and the flock is unhappy. You know those Christmas letters
MyHusbandTheEngineer is great fun to travel with, and so considerate. He planned this trip to Rendezvous, in Madras, Oregon, to coincide with his birthday so I wouldn’t have to bake a cake. I mentioned the birthday at every restaurant we stopped at, but Subways don’t serve free desserts. So, 1,076 miles (round trip) in the
Part 2 in the continuing saga known as Love Letters to Jack* (Dorsey) in which Twitter emerges from bird puberty and tries to grow in spite of “parental” interference. So, Jack, remember back to your adolescence. When the cool crowd ignored you because of your nerdiness. But they sure didn’t call you bird-brain, did they?
Saturday is movie night at Chez Poodle, and tonight we’re watching Disney’s The Secret Life of Pets. In case you haven’t seen it yet, it’s a horror flick about adorable little dogs who get left at home, alone (remember that movie?!) while their enablers owners go off to work. A dog-catcher is involved. Movie night
Indulge me here, while I vent. Years ago, when I enrolled a deaf Dalmatian in sign language school and asked the trainer why I always get the challenging pets, she smiled and said, “You know why? Because you have ‘sucker’ plastered all over your face.” I paid her for that. But it explains why, when
To the casual observer I appear to be a dog, but I am much more than that. I am a poodle. To be honest, my lineage is questionable and Mom doesn’t think I’m it’s worth $75 for a DNA test, but I believe poodle is my dominant gene because I have outsmarted everybody here at
Part 1 in the saga known as Love Letters to Jack (Dorsey) in which Twitter emerges from bird puberty and tries to grow in spite of “parental” interference Dear Jack, I’m worried about, you know…us. We just don’t communicate anymore. It started out so great. We had our little bird. Such a cutie, and so
Unruffle your feathers, my fledglings. Twitter’s response to all the squawk about using Twitter for nefarious purposes affects very few of us. Especially if you’re tweeting “nicely.” Most of the changes apply to people who post to several Twitter accounts, which is not most of us. Most of us just have one Twitter account (and
Back again, little fledglings! How did “4 Must-Haves for a Viral Tweet” work for you? Do let me know. I care! Today we’ll explore how to finely target potential customers on Twitter-with hashtags! As explained in last month’s tips, hashtags channel your tweet into the feeds of other tweeters who have similar interests…which can lead