We’re not sure if you’ve noticed this, but if you follow more than a few hundred people on Twitter it’s nearly impossible to use the Home Feed for it’s intended purpose. Hello unnecessary noise! You’re trying to stay up-to-date with the latest digital marketing news and all of the sudden you’re visually attacked by a Katy Perry retweet. It’s okay, we’ve all been there.
To keep you in-the-know, we’re starting a weekly roundup (aptly named “Tweets Of The Week”). This way, you can catch up on the most important news in the Twitterverse you might have missed. To give you a true Twitter representation, we’ve mixed in some Tweets of our favorite publishers alongside ones from our favorite talking heads.
…And away we go!
1. Heather Lloyd-Martin dropped some serious content marketing wisdom:
2. Ann Handley got a new title:
3. Lee Odden was disappointed:
So disappointed… Caffeine-infused underwear won’t help you lose weight, government says
— Lee Odden (@leeodden) October 1, 2014
4. Michele Linn broke it down:
5. Mashable can’t even:
6. Nick Kellet got REAL:
— Nick Kellet (@NickKellet) October 2, 2014
7. Relevance reminded us of the components of true storytelling:
Only when you weave together character, conflict & resolution in a campaign, are you truly engaging in storytelling. http://t.co/OjdJt7sVkO
— Relevance (@relevance) September 28, 2014
And that’s the week in Tweets! Happy October, everybody. See you next Friday.