Until you start tweeting it's hard to get to grips with what it's all about. And it's even harder to decide if it's something you would want to do. The media make twitter seem almost ubiquitous and yet you struggle to see why you would want to join in. It all seems so pointless. It
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Over the last few years I have attempted to track all UK based accountants who have started to use twitter. I used to follow all of them but now I simply add them to one of my lists of UK accountants on twitter. These now number over 1200 in total and continue to grow. *See
This post started life as the second part of an item intended to explain twitter to novices. In that piece I suggested that the first thing to note is that twitter is an information resource. Unless you are obsessed with celebrities, politics, sports or brands, nothing in the media is likely to tempt you
A couple of non-tech savvy friends recently confirmed my view about the media stories that reference twitter. "Why would anyone get involved with that stuff?" they asked. They were visibly shocked to learn that I was 'into' twitter and that I help accountants to understand this 'new' facility. I offered to explain. I knew there
As 2012 dawns here are 10 New Year resolutions that I would encourage ambitious accountants to make. This list has already appeared on AccountingWeb where I included links to articles on that site that explain each of the ideas in more detail. In the list below I have replaced those links with references to related
Twitter If you want to know more about what Twitter is all about do check out the links below to a number of relevant items Mark has posted on his blog for ambitious professionals: A twitter case study and intro for professional advisers The biggest misconception about twitter