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People Have Gone Ape Shit, Thanking
People Way Too Much


2 Min 2 Seconds

by M LeMont

It has become an epidemic--thanking people for following, retweets, support, etc.  

There is a gross misunderstanding that thanking someone for following you is proper Twitter etiquette.  Even Twitter banned automated messaging, that should have been a hint, right there.

        


Sending a thank you without a retweet of something meaningful to the person you're thanking is flat out disrespectful.

It shows that you want something for nothing.  That's right, you want to be their friend without earning it. It means you are too busy to dig in and find something meaningful to discuss or retweet.  It takes more than a thank you to win friends and build relationships. 

It also means when you say, "Thank you for the awesome retweets." What you're really saying ---please keep retweeting my blogs, so I can reach a larger audience and I will keep telling you thank you.   "User!" Who do you think you are?   Other people want to expand their market too!

Okay, you say that I'm going a bit overboard?  Maybe, but maybe not.  Look at some Twitter  profiles and you'll see what I mean. Some profiles are the most thanking people on the planet.  

A friend got this tweet from a follower who he thanked  a dozen times. 

Please, you're killing me--stop thanking me. I get the point.

But the follower really didn't get point. My friend was too lazy to do anything else, but say thank to the person every day. He hoped that was enough to keep the follower retweeting for him.  Thank you, loses its value after awhile.   
 

The fastest way to win someone's favor is to retweet their book, website, store, or product. Then what you're saying is, "Hey, I'm retweeting instead of saying thank you for following me.  I  want to get to know you, perhaps one day, we can be pals and go out and have a Bud together." 

But thanking someone every chance you get is a lazy man's approach that leads nowhere.

I watch helplessly as hundreds and thousands of "thank you's" stream across my computer screen.  Today, I got tired and decided to let everyone know.  It's okay, you're under no obligation–you can stop–you won't wind up in Twitter jail because you don't say 'Thank You."

So, please don't expect a thank you from me, it's business--I'll find something meaningful in your profile to retweet. Hopefully, you have your favorite tweet pinned to the top of your profile page. If not, here's how to pin it. 

1. Find the tweet you want to be retweeted.

2.   Click on the three dots...  right under your tweet.

3.  Click on Pin Tweet to page


Now that took 5 seconds.  Done! 


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