What I have learned from tweeps, tweets and twitter.

If your life came complete with background music, what would be playing right now?

Public relations specialist for Sarah Evans, prsarahevans,has done an incredible job with following the advice from Lori Merricks, of Luckie and Company.

This tweep knows how to get personal. As shown in the quote above, by asking viewers personal questions, it allows the audience to feel as though they are being approached by a friend instead of someone marketing a person or product.

Although Merricks mentioned this in her speech to our class, seeing it on twitter has proved that the theory was true.  Individuals are more likely to  adopt an idea or product if they like what it is they are seeing.

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2 thoughts on “What I have learned from tweeps, tweets and twitter.”

  1. I love that you used this example. I’d add that there is no hidden agenda or ploy behind asking a question like this. I tweeted it because I was actually thinking this at the time. It’s fun and social (for me) to learn more about people via their responses. Good luck in all you do! -Sarah

  2. Thank you so much, I am enjoying learning about how to reach the targeted publics effectively, I agree it is fun to learn more about people vie their responses.

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