Whether they are funny or serious, most tweets provide great food for thought. Here are 10 of my favorites.
Twitter= I need to pee. Facebook= I peed! Foursquare= I’m peeing here. Quora= Why am I peeing? Youtube= Watch this pee! LinkedIn= I pee well
— appalbarry (@appalbarry) January 25, 2011
#Twitter: Where 40% of users spam, 5% share/interact & 55% are social media experts
— Sharon Hayes (@SharonHayes) February 20, 2011
I look only to the good qualities of men. Not being faultless myself, I won’t presume to probe into the faults of others. Gandhi
— Aimee Pilz (@awakeningaimee) November 29, 2010
When we ask for advice, we are usually looking for an accomplice.~ Marquis de la Grange(some of us WAY more than others *nods lots*)
— Keri Paul (JJ Ryan)(@keripaul) May 6, 2011
— Amy(@BlondeTXGoddess) May 3, 2011
@DMinTransition I can’t stand businesses that use social media as a one way communication system. Just free advertising for them.
— Ivy Damned (@FlourVonSponge) May 2, 2011
Your word is one of your most valuable assets. Don’t promise something unless you can make it happen.
— Jason Pollock (@Jason_Pollock) April 30, 2011
Unsolicited feedback is always for the sender. Ignore it. #smallbizchat
— Alan Weiss (@BentleyGTCSpeed) April 28, 2011
Be an asset, not a burden.
— Brian Clark (@copyblogger) April 26, 2011
Lack of communication & unwillingness to involve others will undermine even the clearest vision.
— Josh Brewer (@jbrewer) April 25, 2011
What are your favorite tweets?