Me on Twitter: Another Sign 2020 is Off the Rails

If you stare at the Twitter logo long enough, it ceases to look like anything. I’m serious. I was looking at a black version of the logo and it began to look like a tribal logo to me.

I’ve become one of the tweetable today, launching my Twitter page in support of my pornography addiction education activities. Who says you can’t teach a middle-age dog new tricks? Woof. Woof.

I would certainly appreciate it if you have Twitter and would consider following me. I’ll do the right thing and follow you back.

My Twitter handle is: PAddictRecovery

If I did this right, you should just be able to click HERE to add me.

Go add me right now. I’ll wait. Seriously…go add me. Then, like stuff that I say and say things back. It’s important to get this thing off the ground in style.

While we’re here, I should probably mention that my email address is changing too for most things. You can now start reaching me through PAddictRecovery@gmail.com If you were contacting me at the old one, that’s still an option.

There’s a good chance that Instagram, Facebook and who knows what else is yet to come. Hopefully that’s it and I don’t have to learn something else.

This is part of getting me ready to be in a position to capitalize on my TED Talk. I’ve been going along OK, but without any real strategy, so I have some to help. Sometimes it sounds like they’re talking in a foreign language. It’s hard to knock the results thus far, though. If you’ve ever wondered about SEO with your website, do it. On Monday, I had the second-best day in the history of this site, and I posted nothing.

So go follow me on Twitter. I need to look popular before strangers start showing up.

If you’re interested in watching the live stream of my TED Talk in early December, visit TedXHartford.com

2 thoughts on “Me on Twitter: Another Sign 2020 is Off the Rails

  1. As I go through my old posts though, they are very not SEO friendly, so I’ve been tweaking them…or in some cases completely rewriting them. Apparently I favor long sentences.

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