I just went through an online set of blogging articles that were to teach me things like the importance of titles, etc. I don’t pay enough attention! Anyway, my twitter feed picks up both the posts I blog from the garden journal and from my Godblog. On the Godblog my headline read: “Tillers Death: The Aftermath” with this link, http://tinyurl.com/o3h22s . So a gardening tweeter, Amy, innocently thinks, and then tweets me:”@truegrit I have been in the sun too long. I thought it was about working a rototiller too hard.”
I can see that! It would have been a great garden story… and one that I did have in the past… we have worked mowers, tillers, and weedwhackers to their demise on this place.
LOL! I laughed for sure, but wonder how she felt when she saw it was not a funny day in the life post, but about a rather somber subject. My bad on that one. And I just read recently that to be a good tweeter you should remain on a particular topic for the sake of your following niche. For me, though, the tweeting is like the old blogging. I just kind of go with what interests me.
Anyway, Amy Gisak blog @Living in Season.
Follow her– she is a great tweetperson.
… and sorry about that, Amy.