7. Share Great Information:
Whether it’s the latest trend, newest technology release, a great book, an inspiring Seth Godin article, a Mashable find, the latest fashion trends, questions about a product, a great place to dine in a particular city or the recent release of the College Football BCS results, Twitter is definitely one of the best places to gather and share information.
8. Share a Cause:
On a daily basis I’m either reading or sharing information about a great cause or charity.
Twitter makes it simple for us to be helpful to those who are trying to reach a fundraising goal, get information out about a great cause or share information about a movement.
The students at Penn State used Twitter as a tool to promote their “Blue Out” event at this weekend’s football game against Nebraska. The stadium was filled with blue in honor of and in order to bring awareness to the epidemic that is the abuse of children.
9. Share Breaking News:
Twitter is a great source to share breaking news.
You can almost guarantee Twitter will be the first or at the latest second place for breaking news. The death of Michael Jackson was trending on Twitter before the major news outlets could even catch up.
The ultimate breaking news from Twitter was from the Abbottabad man who unknowingly tweeted the raid and killing of Osama Bin Laden. His initial tweet was this: “Helicopter hovering above Abbottabad at 1AM (is a rare event).”
10. Share Your Lives:
I am a huge believer in genuine face-to-face relationships; however, I have embraced the tremendous value of Twitter and social media relationships.
Social media relationships are making the world smaller and smaller. This big ol’ world is getting smaller and smaller, one tweet, comment and post at a time.
It’s always important to remember the social part of the phrase “social media.” Social is defined as — The inclination to seek out or enjoy the company of others; sociable. Twitter is a great place to share your life and connect with the lives of others.
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