I’m number 69 on the Top 100 SharePoint Twitters! It’s ironic because my feedburner stats show most of my SharePoint Blog traffic coming from twitter. Really, twitter has been the best way to get the word out about my SharePoint content and I’m a happy user. I also enjoy following my younger brother and some friends and automatically updating my Facebook status through Twitter. So overall, I’d be happy even if I didn’t make the list.
My overall twInfluence may be small, but as SharePoint Twitters, Joel at least considers me one to follow.
Don’t be afraid to follow me. As you can see from my tweetStats over the last 10 months, I average only 2.6 tweets per day. I don’t show it above, but you can click through to my TweetStats’ cloud. It shows SharePoint as my biggest term, so you know what you’re getting, too.
Turns out that Joel is number one on my list. Below is my SharePoint TwitterLeague. These are the SharePoint Twitters I currently follow, though my list is growing everyday.
Congrats on making the top 100 on Joel’s listing of SharePoint people to follow on Twitter. You deliver great content.
I like to tell people I’m #101 on Joel’s list 🙂
Thanks, Shadeed. Just added your blog to my Google Reader.