Chirps From Tweet Newbie

Dear Jason and the Twitter Queens,

Thanks for the introduction to “business tweeting.” The main thing I’ve learned from our current economic situation is that I have to wear a lot of hats: realtor®, virtual tour provider, marketer and now blogger and twitterer … is that a word? If not a word, it’s still fun to say.

In all honesty, before the webinar, I thought of blogging and twittering as “dear diary” entries and as an opportunity for my friends and family to let me know what they were having for dinner and why they disagreed with the winner of the current reality show contest.

Most of my Knoxville virtual tour business associates hounded me until I joined FaceBook. I joined FaceBook and now they all want me to play Farm Town or join the Mafia??? Yea…I don’t have time for that. I’m too busy trying to think of ways to make money for my family.

So…when I signed up for the webinar I have to admit, I really just wanted a tour credit and to also sit back and smugly think … “yep, I was right.”

But, on the contrary, there was a wealth of information shared about why, when, where and how to twitter to put my business on a more frequent cycle of information sharing and attracting more viewers to my site,, as well as how I can approach my clients with these methods and help them gain from the information. Let’s face it if they aren’t making money, then I’m not making money.

Michelle and Jodi, you ladies, have this system down to an art form. It shows that you have put a lot of research and time into developing your methods. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. I really appreciate the free book. I admit that what I once thought was a simple “what I’m doing now…” forum, has proven to be a little intimidating when I try to figure out where to start, so I’m going to start on page one and Get My Twitter On.

Best regards,
Tammy Mills (Twitter Newbie)

Tammy Mills
Time Matters Photography and Marketing
Knoxville Virtual Tours