How to Tweet Like Jim Morrison


Microblogging! The new addition to the content-hungry universe is making everyone a bit crazy. Some people are investing a hefty sum of money to gain followers, some folks tweeting extra sensible quotes, some individuals trying to be little humorous, the celebrities gaining millions of followers overnight and some people are still dazed. They retweet, copy-paste some old quotations, sometimes news and views and most of the time they just keep gazing at the timeline without having any words to write. 


Twitter is a bit confusing for a newbie therefore only smart, intelligent, and suave people hang out here. It’s a haven for internet marketers for generating enough traffic, it’s the mouthpiece of the depressed revolutionaries, it’s an extremely satiating platform for writers, and it’s a lighthouse for the lost but everybody isn’t successful in gaining followers, retweets and replies. Tweeting shamelessly day in and day out may not be a good idea. Please don’t spam for god’s sake. 


Jim Morrison’s thoughts were deep. His disconnected words had enough meaning. His songs were touted as classic. He is the God of the cult generation. He is alive for his followers because he was different. His poems were simple yet very profound. Jim Morrison is a new religion. He would have ruled the urban sky if he would have been alive but sadly all good things abandon us before the rise. 


Oh, Twitter! The next best thing for a blogger but it’s really hard to establish yourself in this fast-rising world. You are no Justin Bieber or Lady Gaga, you are no Ashton Kutcher or Kim Kardashian. Your words may not be taken seriously but you have to say something to the world may be much more profound things than one could hardly imagine. Twitter gives you the power to flaunt your logical madness. Tweet every day. Tweet for love, keep retweeting but don’t forget to create original content as real things never go unrecognized. Remember, it’s a crazy world and only wild things make the news, therefore, tweet something illogically different…

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4 comments:

  1. No tweets for the rider on the storm! Not the likes of, as you said, Gaga or Bieber!

    :-)

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  2. That's a very nice thought. Like someone said, a microblogging site like twitter, helps you to send a thought in the crowd. Someone might appreciate it.

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  3. well said....as microblogging is very much prevalent..n twitter is wonderful...your message at the end was apt.."remember its a crazy world n only wild things make news therefore tweet something illogically different."

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