As internet powerhouses like Google and Facebook continue to change the way they analyze and interpret user data, it’s about time we stop fighting back and embrace the change. The early days of marketing on the internet involved a lot of the same old practices of interrupting the user experience to try to make an […]
Looking around the Twittersphere these days begs the question “How much of people’s daily Twittering is done by Robots”?
Third party services that sent out automatic direct messages to new followers were all the rage a few months back. Even still it’s a popular solution for the “lazy twitterer” hoping to snag some extra traffic for their company’s blog or website.
Setting up auto tweets, and more specifically auto DMs, at first seemed like a great luxury. I had even set my own blog up to automatically tweet new posts. As I began to use Twitter more, I found myself eventually canceling my TwitterFeed so I could personalize my posts. It also didn’t seem to make […]