I’m a Web design specialist, trainer, author, event planner, speaker and more. I love all things Web design and how the Web and underlying Internet technologies help shape our lives for the better.
How did you first find out about Twitter?
I heard about Twitter in December of 2006 through the people who invented it.
What do you tweet about?
I tweet about Web design issues, the conferences I speak at, current news stories with my own personal spin, and I always attempt the humorous one-liner here and there.
How has Twitter changed your life?
I don’t think Twitter changes or usurps my life. It simply enhances it.
For example, as the owner of a company where we work virtually and remotely, Twitter acts as my work water cooler of sorts: sharing stories and cool tips, but also letting me see how my friends and family are doing throughout the day.
Why did you sign up for Sponsored Tweets?
To see if there is a common ground for advertisers and my audience.
What is one piece of advice you would give to our advertisers?
You are investing in a billboard with a short attention span. This is the closest, most sustained parallel to Max Headroom’s blipverts yet. Finally, advertisers entering sponsored Twitter conversations can’t afford to be anything less than authentic.