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Don’t follow me on Twitter

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Following me on Twitter is a waste of time. I don't use Twitter the way experts recommend, and some days I am just too chatty. The best practice for using Twitter, according to most, is sharing information and having a "tribe." Many people want to have a lot of followers, but for me that isn't a goal. There are those on Twitter who tweet links that lead to articles that I almost always read. The way I use Twitter is just wrong. It works for me but it probably won't work for you (unless you want to be just like me, which again is just wrong). I have no plan or strategy, and my tweets are on random subjects ranging from what I had for lunch to commentary on the meaning of life. Once every few months I ask my followers a question: "If you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be?" I get answers that make me laugh until my sides ache. The only reason I do it is because I like to laugh and love to make others laugh. A better practice for using Twitter i...