To “Tweet” Or Not To Tweet – Wrong Question

I have been a skeptic (and am changing my tune), but for all of you out there that think “what can I share in 140 characters”, I suggest you frame the question differently.

Ask – Should I have a Twitter account?

Even if you don’t want to tweet about yourself, you should have a Twitter account to serve as a news feed. As I saw from the WHCC 2009 and the Health 2.0/Ix Therapy conference, you can learn a lot by using Twitter simply to follow people. And, with more and more companies jumping on board, it’s a great way to keep up with information.

If you find the right reporters, news sources, companies, and bloggers, you can use this as a news summary of relevant events.

(Obviously, I am not the only one struggling with this as another media as evidenced by Josh Seidman’s post the other day.)

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