If you could only pick one which would you pick? This would be very hard but I think I would pick Twitter but I am visual so love Facebook for all of the pictures but I do not like all of the silly quizzes.
I am surprised by the Twitter lovers. I must be doing something wrong. I really don't understand some of the conversations and things going on with Twitter so it's a little frustrating for me. I don't like the quizzes and whatnot on Facebook, but I would choose that one because my non-blogging friends are on there. If Facebook would get rid of all the time-wasting stuff (only because I get tired of ignoring things people send to me) then it would be perfect! :)
At this point, I would say Facebook. Most of my friends are there but not on Twitter. FB seems to have much more to offer to me right now, and I can avoid the quizzes or other things without people knowing. Some people friend me on Twitter when I don't even know them, and then when I friend them back, I find out they post a lot of advertising on their Twitter feeds; whereas my friends on FB are posting personal things that I care more about. I am still learning the in's and out's of Twitter, so I hope that I can get more out of it as I move along.
The darn games on facebook have totally killed my productivity. I wish I had never signed up for it but now I am and like seeing pictures of my niece and catting with my sister. I think at least once a day I think about deleting my facebook page and quitting.
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