Twitter bird image sign logoI admit, I have been a Crackbook addict for a couple of years now. For those that aren’t familiar with the term, that’s a die hard Facebook user. Facebook gave me access to something I hadn’t had in years…grown up interaction! Suddenly I could reach out & chat with all the other Moms out there, just as spun as I was, any time of the day or night, keep up with family & friends, & maintain all these relationships…without even having to put makeup on or brush my hair to do it!! Recently, I found myself on Twitter. This was NOT a platform I was immediately comfortable with. It’s very fast paced, & a lot less personal than Facebook, given that most of the people who follow each other don’t actually know them in the real world. There are numerous ways to communicate on Facebook, & it’s easy to keep up & stalk everyone.

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Comment by Tracy Warner on April 6, 2010 at 9:03pm
I agree, it seems to be more of a networking tool rather than a SOCIAL networking tool, but it is effective as such....I will stick to my FB for my social fun LOL!! :-D
Comment by NatalieKaren on April 6, 2010 at 3:04am
Twitter does take some getting use to. I was surprised at how promotional it was i thought it would be more personal. But it does work for the business side of things.

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