Twitter: The ROI of Curating Content on Twitter

The more we listen, the more we know. The more we know, the more we notice. The more we notice the more we can use to figure out what we need to know next.

Recursive knowledge acquisition 🙂

Love this part of the post. Liz does such a great job of articulating how she benefits from Twitter. Your benefits may vary but there is no doubt that there are. Here are some of mine:

1. Made new friends
2. Strengthened some of the old friendships by being in touch more often
3. By connecting my Twitter account to my FB account, I start more conversations
4. I learn so much more than I ever imagined. I make it a point to follow people from many countries and many walks of life. We are getting a virtual tour of all those places through the eyes of our Twitter friends.

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