What Twitter Did
Everyone was always telling me I needed to get on Facebook and Twitter.
My clients wanted to hear from me more often.
I never really wanted to. I didn't understand it. Didn't feel “social”.
And then I heard something in a Marketing class that changed it for me.
Marketing is letting people, who need you, know you can help.
I had never thought about marketing like that before. When people told me I was hard to find, I never thought twice about it. I always had more clients than I could help.
It was selfish.
So I got on Twitter. And it was way harder than I thought. I had to coach myself through all the “not knowing what the hell I am doing” days until I understood it better.
But of course, Twitter didn't do what I thought it would do.
It helped me talk to my people who are on Twitter, but more importantly, it introduced me to several people who I would've never met.
Kick ass. Teachmewhatyouknowpeople.
I went there to give. And what happened was I received much more.
There. I said it.
Meet me there @brookecastillo