Creative Tweeting

Quotes On Creative Tweeting

Quality Tweets:

I try to write brilliant things on twitter. I also follow those who have more to say than the run of the mill.

Getting Through The Day:

One might deal with life’s lack of creative openness and ethics by tweeting. We feel better when connecting with like minds.


Haiku can fit within Twitter’s 140 character limit.

Making Like Minded Friends Via Twitter:

Twitter is a great place to find and meet less conventional contemplators. One reduces twitter noise by following quality people following your favorite tweeters. Those who often follow others might be more likely to follow you back. Share, re-tweet and connect with like minded people.

You never know. People do make mistakes on twitter. Tweets are at best debatable opinions.

Getting quality twitter followers by following quality tweeters:

If you want to be followed by quality people on twitter, you need to find quality people to follow yourself in hopes they may follow you back. Buying fake generic followers doesn’t get you the desired followers. Quality tweets from yourself or from re-tweets can show people your interests. It may worth investing time into developing your tweet account as futurologists believe it will be around for many years to come.

Beauty in twitter simplicity:

There’s an art to simplifying the complicated. Condensing your ideas to 140 characters can focus the mind. And if you have more to say add a link.

Don’t judge by number of twitter followers:

Some of the most interesting minds have fewer followers by not catering to the masses. Too many have fake followers while putting out junk likely to attract just about anyone. Tighten your twitter circle.

In The 1990’s:

…if you wanted to tell everyone (something) you couldn’t just go on the Internet and tweet it out. There was only one way to do it. You had to go outside and scream at the top of your lungs… That’s why so many people ended up in institutions….they were just ahead of their time. Ellen DeGeneres

Stimulate your creative mind: Many say tweeting and reading tweets from favorite tweeters transcends writers block.