Twitter raises the importance of content creation

I’ve found the frequency of my blog posts has gone down.  I’m not alone in this discovery.  While this has happened, I’ve also found my consumption of great content online has gone up.


In both cases, Twitter.

I think longer term, the real-time aspects of Twitter will remove some potential noise (re-blogging, heavy link blogging, etc) and point a brighter light on great content being created AT THAT MOMENT.

1 Response to “Twitter raises the importance of content creation”

  1. 1 Mike March 2, 2009 at 7:28 pm

    Just passing by.Btw, you website have great content!

    Don’t pay for your electricity any longer…
    Instead, the power company will pay YOU!

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