Christina Reed was born in California, relocated to Louisiana at the age of ten and resides there still. Her interest include: Metaphysics, Pseudoscience, Writers, Photography, New Orleans, Music, Twitter, and Human Behavior.
“We dance when there is no music. We drink at funerals. We talk too much, and live too large and, frankly, we’re suspicious of those who don’t.” -Chris Rose.
- How do you stop Klout from turning you into a pretentious snob who actively looks for “Thought Leaders” or “Influencers” to follow and interact with?
- Is it ever OK to mass unfollow everyone with a perceived low Klout score?
- When you actively follow and engage someone that is controversial, raunchy, or deliberately illiterate, how much will this affect you as it pertains to List, Klout Scores, and reputation?
- What is the most likely reason Klout list you as influential on subjects you truly have no influence in?
- Is it tacky to ask people for a +K?
- Is it tacky to invite people to Klout? Those who haven’t heard of it, tell me it looks spammy.
High Profile Celebrities
- When celebrities follow, without introduction, or engagement, what is the most likely reason for their follow?
- Is there a proper way to thank a celebrity for following without coming across as a braggart?
- When Companies or Television Networks follow, what is the likely motive?
- When a celebrity DM’s you a request to check out their; book, album, movie, TV series or whatever, is it tacky for you to ask them to reciprocate considering their status?
Why are they following me?
- Why aren’t more people on Twitter asking the question, “what made you follow me?” This is crucial information.
- Is it proper to ask a new follower “what made you follow me?”
Team Follow Back
- Are Twitter users who include the phrase “Team follow back” in Tweets, or on Bio desperate, or brilliant connectors who are collecting people?
Will you answer these questions?
Many of you are experienced in the art of Twitter, building relationships & interacting with people around the world. Use the questions above, and share your thoughts and answers below.
Let’s enjoy a feast of Twitter discussion.