Are you so good they don’t Tweet about you?


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Gen X and Gen Y generally believe they can effectively multi-task. While this is provable false, it does not stop them from doing it anyway. The multi-screen, multi-tasking phenomenon is an example: Surfing the net, while listening to your playlist while watching a TV show is a simple example. Tweeting while watching a live theatre presentation was a topic of some recent articles, which included setting up a separate section for Twitter users to sit in.

Tweets during this year’s Grammys peaked at 10,901 Tweets/second according to Twitter. That is a lot of action while one is supposedly watching the show. However, Tweets came to a complete stop when Jennifer Hudson did her tribute to Whitney Houston. Apparently Ms. Hudson is good enough to get people’s attention. Of course, she was Tweeted about a lot after she finished.

While you might like the idea that people Tweet about you live, perhaps a better metric would be your ability to keep them from doing so because you are so good.


Republished with author's permission from original post.

Mitchell Goozé
Mitchell Goozé is the president and founder of Customer Manufacturing Group. His broad scope of business experience ranges from operations management in established firms, to start-up and turn-around situations and mergers. A seasoned general manager, he has headed divisions of large corporations and been CEO of independent firms, always focusing the company strategy on the most important person in business . . . the customer.


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