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Today I find myself in a reflective mode. A tweet I read has made me question my Twitter footprint, reductil compare prices, Reductil on line, if you will.  The comment was:

"#eventprofs tag makes me cringe. It used to be cool but now all I see is RT & FF spam from self-promoting suits, meridia reductil. Reductil 15 mg, I'm not learning anymore."

First let me say that I think this comment, referring to the Twitter group #eventprofs, reductil for slimming, Circumvallate papillae reductil,   is harsh and very slim on the kinds of details that might make it constructive. From my perspective I see very little spam or self-promotion on #eventprofs, sibutramine reductil te koop. Everyone mostly promotes other people, Order Reductil Without A Prescription. Reductil prices brisbane, However it got me thinking. First I tried to think about what things might have changed on #eventprofs that would tick someone off, reductil abbot. Reductil iron, I considered that this person lives  far from the US so experiences the stream at a different time of day than most of us  and can't partake in  #eventprofs chats. If most of the people are sleeping when I'm tweeting, reductil results, Cheapest reductil, I'm not going to get much engagement. Order Reductil Without A Prescription, Also, I've noticed a couple of new things about the #eventprofs stream. 1) There are a lot more people on it these days and 2) There's a different vibe since so many of us met face to face at Event Camp, reductil 10mg capsules. Buy reductil uk, I think the stream is a lot more chatty now. I've generally thought this was a good thing, buy buy reductil reductil uk uk, Reductil by vbulletin, but I'm beginning to wonder if some people are feeling a little disconnected.

I considered what I might be doing that is contributing to this person's negative experience, reductil slimming pills. Being a big proponent of #EIR, I try hard to engage with the #eventprofs community, tweet useful information, and retweet when I see something I feel is worth passing along, Order Reductil Without A Prescription. Reductil nz, I still feel that doing this adds value to our community and enriches everyone.

And then I thought of my own Follow Friday habit of posting recommendations in lists usually an hour apart, buy meridia reductil, Buy uk reductil, thanks to scheduling tweets via Hootsuite. To avoid cluttering up the stream, reductil for weightloss, Reductil slimming pils, I post these lists late at night and early in the morning when I know most of my Twitter friends are asleep - exactly when the person who complained is tweeting.

I had been considering how to better manage my thank yous and Friday recommendations and I realize that they have grown a lot, reductil charges in nz. Order Reductil Without A Prescription, With all the new activity on #eventprofs, I think it's time for me to cut back.  So, from now on I will limit my recommendations to no more than four tweets in one day and I will spread them out more. Reductil slimming pill, I will be referring more to my Twitter lists when making recommendations and I will be direct messaging my thank yous for retweets.

I'm not sure this will satisfy our unhappy friend, meridia reductil, but I do feel it's important to do my part to help keep #eventprofs and Twitter in general an enriching place for everyone. I would also encourage anyone who has found a social media community that they enjoy, to please try to contribute what you can yourself.  If you have some tips you think would improve it, please make constructive suggestions. You might want to write a blog post encouraging discussion. If you enjoy #eventprofs, and you have a suggestion, you could post comments on the eventprofs Facebook group page.

Successful social media communities are bound to experience growing pains but approaching issues with a WE mentality is bound to cause much less strain.

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  • Thank you Jenise for putting your thought together in a rational manner as it has quite puzzling seeing the same tweets and a couple similar ones from other users as well. What strikes me as odd is that most of the negativity has come from users that I have made little contributions to the community. I have filtered through 350+ recent tweets from these users with the #eventprofs hashtag not being displayed, only within this last day to display unrest.

    I’d like to state what #eventprofs is: COMMUNITY first, RESOURCES second. I am concerned for criticisms that appear to come with little evidence of the users having made any attempt to be enriched in the community or sharing resources. At the same time, I would like to be open to these critics and understand if there truly are weaknesses that need to be addressed in an attempt to strengthen the group.

    I might offer up these solutions:

    1) If you cannot be involved in a chat, comment on blogs, add your own tweets or content. Share your experiences.
    2) Connect with a user you know is involved. There are warm, personable and never shy to share.
    3) LET THEM KNOW YOU EXIST! #eventprofs has no limitations. You can participate in a chat, you can add your name to the wiki (, add your blog, your Twitter handle. There are NO prerequisites. If you’ve been involved with events for 1 day or 30 years, you are adding value if you choose to participate.

    #eventprofs was not designed simply as a resource for you to take away from. Although, if that is your highest level of involvement, you are certainly welcome to it. I see tweets by new contributors on a weekly basis and am greatful for the information they have shared and its enrichment in my own growth. I only ask critics to reflect on their involvement in their community and if there are still concerns, please elaborate on them here, your own blog, or with us personally. I can be reached on Twitter @ericlukazewski

    Thank you again Jenise for offering up your reflections on possible solutions to any weaknesses that may exist in this community. I know you are a backbone as both a content provider and ambassador to new contributors.

  • Great blog, and a thoughtful post. Thanks!

  • Thanks Scott and Eric for your input.

    Eric your suggestions are very useful. I think that whenever you are getting something for free on a regular basis, you have to ask yourself what you are putting into it. Just complaining without contributing isn’t the way to make things better.

    One thing I didn’t go into in this post is all the ways that #eventprofs has improved over the last few months. I think its worth noting that besides the many new people tweeting on #evenprofs:

    There are more discussions going on.
    There are many more new blog posts being written by #eventprofs
    The chats are VERY well attended, even when no one signs up to moderate
    There is more commenting on blogs going on

    All of these are signs of a healthy, thriving community.

    It’s inevitable that not everyone will like the direction that this community is heading in. But it is growing, and that is the nature of growth. I believe that if we each continue to ask ourselves what we can do to improve our own contributions, #eventprofs will continue to be a lively, enriching Twitter community for the vast majority of those who participate.

  • I am sad to say that due to client constraints, I have unfortunately been LESS involved with #eventprofs rather than the expected MORE since the great EventCamp10 experience.

    I no longer watch my twitter stream much. Instead I watch a plethora of hashtags. While this slims down the amount of what I consider “noise”, it also decreases the amount of happenstance tweets put out that deserve promotion to a larger audience.

    I wonder if others are starting to do more hashtag surfing as well and thus we are becoming more insulated?

  • Robert,
    I think that as you get more and more followers it’s nearly impossible to catch the most useful tweets when you’re looking. I use a combination of hashtags and lists to help me narrow it down to what I’m really interested in. I also subscribe to LOTS of blogs via RSS feeds. Even with all of that, I can’t seem to get to everything everyday, so some lists/blogs will get attention one day but not on another. Though occasionally I glance at my main Twitter stream and will see something worth retweeting. I have to grab it quick, though, or it’s gone in five seconds – I’m following about 2500 now.

    The one I pay attention to the most is the #eventprofs hashtag because information about the events industry is mainly what I’m looking for. So, yes, I think I am becoming more insulated as a result of having too many people to follow. One thing I want to do to counteract that, is to join in some of the other Twitter chats. So thank you for recently posting the link to the Twitter Chat schedule. And thanks for this thought provoking comment.

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