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September 22, 2009

Begging Works!

According to Dan Zarrella in the "The Science of Retweeting" begging works as well as many other things.

Although conventional wisdom suggests that SPAMmy pleas, such as "PLEASE RETWEET," would be generally ignored, Zarrella found the opposite. "Please" and "retweet" were his third and fourth "most retweetable" words, preceeded only by "Twitter" (duh) and "you." Also worth noting: "Check out" and "new blog post" were Nos. 19 and 20, respectively.

This summation is a must read for anyone trying to make their point with the larger population.

So, in line with this I'm begging YOU to buy less, buy better and conserve your personal and household energy. If you need a crash course in motivation, take your kids backpacking for the weekend and find out what you really need to survive and what isn't worth carrying...


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Interesting post about twitter, and thanks for sharing...

Have you visited , Near by tweets

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