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  • http://www.twitter.com/hanelly andrew

    You make a great point, well done. I think you could add that at 140 characters, Twitter is sort of like your pick-up line, and the blog is the equivalent of taking them back to your place, platonically, of course.

    • http://www.GlutenFreeDee.com GlutenFreeDee

      Love Andrews comment! And of course your shared wisdom is always appreciated Jeff. I know that when I head to Australia I’ll look you up. You failed to mention that you have gotten date requests from some of my students – simply thru Twitter and your pic, of course!

  • micvadam

    Great article as always. I love the fact that you use your blog as the core of what you use as tools and use the other media to drive traffic to it. I have been using this approach since I started my social media policy writing business.

    Mic

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  • http://coreybigg.wordpress.com corey j. tronchin

    Great article will check out mentionmap and klout thanks

  • http://pandyapushpendrakumar.blogspot.com/ pushpendra

    Sounds Good ! Thank you for the post

  • http://flysumd34@tweeter.com Myra

    I enjoyed reading all your blog. I don’t know if you remember last year that I recommend that you put the retweet on your website. I lot of them I like to share them to my tweeter friends. I am glad you put that on your site. I can retweet most of your blog. Keep up blogging and thank you for sharing your blog with us.

    sincerely,
    Flysumd34

  • http://www.robertagerrick.com Roberta Gerrick

    I have spent a lot of time doing Twitter all wrong.I thank friends like you who share your knowledge so people in all businesses can benefit. I am a verbal leader in my industry and am working hard to learn the ins and outs of sharing that through social media

  • http://www.life-procoaching.com/blog @SerendipityJane

    As usual, sound information and very impressive numbers. You’re an influencer, Jeff!

  • Recagno

    I love you! From Rosario Argentina. Visuaaal artist. Politics & Arts are my lovers! on twitter…

  • http://twitter.com/SandraBundy Sandra Bundy

    Jeff you know your stuff….from your attention grabbing headline….to ending with a the call to action…how disappointing that you stopped short of providing me with direction in what to do next.  ‘Click Here’ to learn more is missing and is likely your intent and now I can’t wait to hear from you again!

  • Anonymous

    Hey there, just letting you know that your link to mentionmapp is broken and sends to a spam competition :)

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks Luke I will fix that up

  • http://twitter.com/Al_Ojeda_Photo Ida Ochoteco Ojeda

    I’m your twitter follower but it has lead me to your blog… Love the interesting and helpful things you have to say… It’s helping my small business go to the right path… Thanks, Jeff !!!
    Ida
    from Al Ojeda Photography

  • Eydiem1

    Jeff, This article has me thinking that I need to get into blogging.  I am a small business owner and have much to learn about how social media can help my business grow!  However, I DO learn something helpful from you every time I click on one of your tweets! Thanks so much!!! 

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for your comment
      Blogging will be much more beneficial than just helping your business to grow. One of the side benefits of blogging is that “you” will also grow!

  • http://twitter.com/CynthiaKSeymour Cynthia Seymour

    I do both and I agree with you.  I do still enjoy the lightness of Twitter relationships, but my blog posts are more of a chance for me to help and reach my client base.  And I definitely would never forsake my blog for Twitter.

  • SueH

    I’m an older, retired American. I have only been using Twitter a few months. I have little motivation to blog at this time. After reading “Getting Intimate on Twitter,” I am more interested in blogging, however, as a tool for the sharing of information and ideas to audiences with interest similar to my own. Thanks!