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Twitter Follow Friday for 4.24.09 April 24, 2009

Filed under: Cool News (to me),Twitter — jenharris @ 10:37 am
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I am going to keep this short (but not Twitter short) and sweet today of who I think you should add to your follow list on Twitter.

@RochelleDelong  Yes, she is my boss here at Consilio…but she is just an amazing woman!  She is creating a space for working moms to do it all & be damn good at it!  Why can’t we have it all?  Why can’t we be the mom that wipes noses one day & the next be consulting with CEO’s? Move over bacon, we just brought home dinner!

@BoiseHole This is run by one of my other favorite people @LGM1 (aka: Chris Blanchard), but this term & campaign started about 3 1/2 years ago by Tac Anderson & other crue’ members (of the now non-existing, in name only) BlueLine Marketing.  There was a blog, stickers and some buzz…so-so-so-so-so sad that this is still a hole.  I say make it a cute little native grass & plant park for all downtowners to enjoy year round.

@30RockNews Just because I think that Tina Fey is one of the funniest people out there! And someone told me I looked like her one time – so you know she is just a hot Mama! 😉

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How to Give a Twitter Referral January 13, 2009

Image by DBareFoot via Flickr

Image by DBareFoot via Flickr

Last night on my way to volleyball (yes, we won) I jotted down a new Twitter Blog topic of how to give and receive a referral via,what else – TWITTER!

It was inspired by @bradyjfrey asking: 

Can anyone recommend a freelance PHP developer or company with solid skills? I have mucho work I need a hand on, starting immediately

I retweetd this out to my network hoping to help a fellow Tweeter out:  

RT @bradyjfrey anyone recommend a freelance PHP developer or company with solid skills? I have mucho work I need a hand on, starting immedi

I received two referrals, via a DM from @LGMI & @DaveRedford recomending @brianjcohen & @NathanCook.  On my way to volleyball (again, yea-we won) I noticed that @bradyjfrey & @NathanCook had spoke, but @brianjcohen. had not been contacted yet.  I wanted to make sure that both recommendations were notified, but how could that be possible unless I was the middleman, the broker, the go-to gal, the TwitterPimp, if you will.

Is there protocol for something like this? Twitter is developing so fast with so many people trying to take advantage of the unbelievable networking, communication and relationship possibilities that when it comes to @TweetEtiquitte – what is protocol?  Here is my .02:

After my RT went out, @LGM1 & @DaveRedford would have sent an @ message to @bradyjfrey, something like this:

@bradyjfrey -@jenharris09 RT that you are looking for PHP dvlpr. Try @brianjcohen & @nathanCook – they rock!

What just happened here? This is a mini-version of Tac’s tagging he spoke about today, and not only were ALL parties notified of the referral but there was a potential of at least 8 new connections that could have been made w/o me.  Ahhh, geek love.  😉

So let’s do this from now on & make it protocol for a referral – because we all know that is the way to true success.