Why I like Twitter

Hey readers,

If you haven’t heard of the social media platform Twitter then where have you been?

Twitter has got a lot of bad press recently what with the likes of Trump using it as a medium to communicate to everyone. Of course we can not dismiss t trolls but let’s face it there is bad in everything. So, lets have a look at some positives about the popular social media site.


1) It is a great way to connect with like minded people.

2) I love it when you are watching live programme (I know right shocking in this day and age) and jump on twitter and there is that community of other people watching the same programme, it is great way to watch something and discuss the programme with others.

3) Hash tags are great tool to grow your audience, get more people to notice your tweets.

4) You can find out information via news reports or blog posts.

5) It is a great way to get your frustrations out.

6) You can do all sorts of forms of communication, whether that be a tweet, gif, poll, video.

7) You can find some cracking memes and a good way to kill some time.

8) You can find up to date news coverage.

9) you can follow famous people that you enjoy reading about their thoughts. Let’s face people are on twitter nowadays.

10) It can be fun with hashtag games and play on words.

11) You don’t have to be serious and can just write random tweets if you so wish to.

So let’s all praise twitter and get on tweeting.

Cheers for reading X

24 thoughts on “Why I like Twitter

  1. From a blogging point of view I prefer Twitter to Facebook SS Twitter doesn’t mind me promoting my blog posts, I was once banned from Facebook for over promoting mit#blogginggoodtime@_karendennis

    Liked by 1 person

    1. That is redicious isn’t it but I bet facebook is cool if people are continous promoting. I have no problem with promoting and think it should be no rules that but I just think everything now is about business X


  2. I’ve had an up and down (and up again) kind of relationship with Twitter. I first started using it to follow Stephen Fry, as well as an old friend who used to be more active on Twitter than elsewhere. Later I fell in love with Noel Fielding and clung to Twitter to read all his wierd and wonderful tweets (he was VERY active on twitter at that time). Then it all fizzled out, and for a long time it was my least favourite platform. Now though, since a few months back, I find it pretty great again, especially for interacting with other bloggers (mostly parent bloggers). I’ve taken part in a few great Twitter chats and that’s been really enjoyable. I still find it somewhat ‘colder’ than Instagram, and I’m not really one for spending too much time on gifs, polls etc. But I happily check my Twitter at least a couple of times a day, and enjoy the interactions πŸ™‚ x #thesatsesh

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Twitter is great as a blogger, the perfect way to share other peoples work and promote our own. I love using GIF’s so much fun! Thank you for sharing this post #ablogginggoodtime

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s