the road ahead


TwitterPress
December 5, 2008, 12:48 am
Filed under: business, ministry, spirituality

nav-sail-picHere at NavPress we are excited about the opportunity to use a number of new technologies to get the word out about our services and products. Do you Twitter? If not then a brief update is needed. There are a number of micro blog sites out there. But I have found that Twitter seems to be the best connection with my network of business associates and friends to stay in touch about what is going on in their world. One of the great things about these tools is that they can connect to your PDA or to your computer and interface with MySpace, Facebook or other social networks.

So if you have not joined the micro blog revolution, sign up at www.twitter.com. Then I encourage you to follow these two twitters–called “twits”–to keep up with what is happening at NavPress: millerisms56 is my personal one, and then of course NavPress twitter.

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I love Twitter and so does my mom (60+ yrs old). She keeps up with me and her two grandsons with it. Good to know the message of Christ will not change, but the medium can and will change.

Comment by Michael

I have a Twitter account, but I got tired of it pretty quickly. It’s just one more “thing” and I’ve got more than enough things. I see why some folks enjoy it, but … linkedin, facebook, a web site, a blog … oh, and the other blogs I enjoy. Sorry, Twitter-me-done.

Comment by Stephen Caldwell

I used to dislike Twitter until I discovered the value of using it as a networking tool. Now I tweet back and forth with people I’d likely never have met otherwise.

Comment by Andrew

I have been asked by several people to start Twittering but have resisted. Frankly, it scares me. I already spend a great deal of time chronicling my thoughts and life through e-mail, Facebook, and several other social networks. In fact I sometimes think I spend more time at the computer writing about my life than I do living it. I understand Twitter is a great networking tool, but I’m already networked to distraction. Sorry, no twits or tweets from me in the near future.

Comment by Sharon Fawcett




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