There are quite a number of Virtual Assistants on Twitter now and with it growing groups. One of them focuses on FoVA 2009 and the group is listed as #FoVA09 if you’re looking for it. If the link doesn’t work try
It’s amazing how a new networking tool can soon become addictive, if you let it! Where once I thought I only needed one blog and now own many (on different topics), it would seem the same applies to Twitter profiles, depending on the audience or followers you want to attract. I’ve now created a new profile, which is relatively new, specifically for the Virtual Assistant industry and carries the logo of my business in the profile image.
I now have multiple profiles so needed to find a platform to manage them without logging in and out constantly. Enter Splitweet.com which is useful but doesn’t automatically choose the right profile to post or reply with so you do need to keep alert. But I believe it’s relatively new so is sure to grow and have enhancements over time. It does work a treat!
In the process I’m meeting lots of new people and learning new things, and having a bit of fun with it too.
So, enters a new blog which I’ll be co-authoring with another VA who is very conversant with Twitter. I’ll introduce her soon when she’s ready. In the meantime you can get a preview of the site that is sure to grow quite quickly. It’s a play on words Twitter and Dictionary and is meant to be a resource on all things about Twitter. It’s called The Twitionary.