An imaginary interview with a Twitter addict. Obviously female.
Let’s start with this question:
Why are you on Twitter?
Twitter is a great tool to connect.
With whom do you want to connect?
Definitely with my friends, some colleagues, and celebrities! Especially the celebrities. I want to have direct access to all of them in real time.
What attracted you most to Twitter?
I am so into microblogging. I am truly challenged to engage in real-time conversation with my connections in just 140 characters.
How often do you tweet in a day?
Definitely more than once. My rough estimate would be around 20. So far, I’ve already made 5,000 + tweets!
And, pray tell, what do you tweet about?
A lot of things. I really respond to Twitter’s question, “What’s happening?” and I report all the things that are really happening.
Like what? Please be specific.
Like when I wake up in the morning and I feel like I needed a good breakfast, I’d tell them that I am craving for some scrambled eggs and toast. And, I’d tweet that I’m actually making them. And, that I’m eating it. And, that I finished it in a minute. And…
Ok, I get the picture. What else?
That I’m about to watch this cool movie with friends and I am wearing this vintage Prada dress paired with the latest Jimmy Choos! I’d probably snap a photo and post it, too!
Anything else that would be interesting for your followers to read?
Oh, that would be if I went to this restaurant and I’d tweet about their amazing customer service. And, the crème brulee is to die for!
How about stating opinions about issues?
Oh, I do that as well. I blurt out my sentiments about a variety of topics. If I feel passionate about something, I’d share my thoughts about it to the world.
Do you get retweets of your posts made?
About my reviews and updates about the food I ate or places I went to.
Do you retweet others’ tweets? Example.
Yes. Like good quotes.
How many are you following?
Oh, around 500 or so.
And, how many are your followers on Twitter?
To be continued…
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