Apr 17 2007

Micro Persuasion: Open Letter: A Lesson Learned Twittering

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Micro Persuasion: Open Letter: A Lesson Learned Twittering

Steve Rubel at Edelman steps in Twitter Poop. Good riddance to that joke of a service. Like I would publish my IMs to the world ….  Jim Louderback, EIC of PC Mag, calls him out for twittering that he tosses his copy of PC Mag into the trash. Oops.

“The following is an open letter to Jim Louderback, Editor-in-Chief of PC Magazine, as well as any of the several hundred employees who work for Ziff Davis Media.Dear Mr. Louderback,

Last Friday, yes Friday the 13th, I put up a post on Twitter that I wish I hadn’t. I said that I don’t read the hard copy of PC Magazine and that my free subscription goes in the trash. In a guest editorial on Strumpette you weighed whether the magazine in response should blacklist all PR pitches from Edelman, my employer, on behalf of our tech clients.”

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2 Responses to “Micro Persuasion: Open Letter: A Lesson Learned Twittering”

  1. Jim Forbeson 17 Apr 2007 at 12:20 PM

    Edelman is so advanced. Like you I strangled twitter. I”m not important enough for everyone to tak notice of what I’m doing during the day.


  2. Johnon 17 Apr 2007 at 3:00 PM

    I have learned a lot from your Blog and I have copied many of the things that I like.

    As they say, imitation is the best form of flattery.

    I did not like Twitter!


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