Twitter conversations

January 29, 2015 § Leave a comment

Six types of Twitter conversations

Six types of Twitter conversations. Image credit: Pew Research

 

Pew Research seems to have missed one specific type of Twitter conversation: the “1 solo” type of conversation. This is where someone like me tweets and almost never gets any response. But hey, at least Seth Godin seems to think it is cool to just share and not care:

The fear of being judged is palpable, and the digital trail we leave behind makes it feel more real and more permanent. We live in an ever-changing culture, and that culture is changed precisely by the ideas we engage with and the ones we choose to share.

Sharing an idea you care about is a generous way to change your world for the better.

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