How you know if you need to go to Twitter School. Your updates are lame, no one follows you. That kind of stuff. You may need to go to Twitter School.
Yes, there is etiquette, a format, a way to send status updates. I’m not good at being clever, well, in person I am. But sometimes, online, I’m a little lame. I’m not the type that brags about how much I make online. Rather I’d like to stay on the down low if you know what I mean.
Instead, I like cool conversations. I love promoting others and their work. I consistently look for good articles that are well written and informative. In addition, if you have a funny picture, send it to me, and I will certainly share it with all my followers.
Twitter School is not free. Actually, I’m accepting applications, but you must complete a 2009-2010 Financial Aid Twitter Application. Tuition is $28,000 a year and comes with a Mac Book Air. Class size is personal and limited. Currently, Twitter School is only available as an online course selection. If you thought it was going to be held in an impersonal classroom setting, again, that’s why your status updates are lame.
Ok, here is a peek at the first lesson:
“You went to the grocery store with the kids and now you’re back.” How would you tweet this? I’ll wait. (Jeopardy music heard in the background).
Here is how that status update should read:
“Kids belong on a shelf in the grocery store so you can pick the right one.”
There you have it. Your first lesson on clever status updates. Next time, it will cost you.
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