Do You Tweet Motivational Quotes?
Do you tweet inspirational or motivational quotes?
I don’t. In my opinion, but there’s enough noise and clutter on Twitter already. I try to limit my tweets to:
- Sharing useful content (both my own and good stuff from others).
- Personal interactions.
- Occasionally, things I find unusually odd or funny.
Who are these people that tweet endless streams of quotes from Ben Franklin, Gandhi, and Mark Twain? And why do they have enough time to place them on pictures of clouds or mountains?Do you tweet motivational quotes? Why? #twitter pic.twitter.com/7Rk3ef6q2Z Click To Tweet
In case you are wondering, I created the graphic with this post at Despair.com, a hilarious site that skewers the motivation industry. Feel free to share the image if you agree with the sentiment. If you are a nice person (like almost all of my Neuromarketing readers), you’ll link back to this page when you share it.
In fact, here’s ready-made embed code I got from another helpful site, Sieger Media:
Naturally, I’ll close with a quote… from Despair.com:
Are your motivational quote tweets really motivating? #twitter pic.twitter.com/7Rk3ef6q2Z Click To Tweet
If a pretty poster and a cute saying are all it takes to motivate you, you probably have a very easy job… the kind robots will be doing soon.
Do you tweet motivational quotes? Do you read quotes and flag inspirational quotes as favorites? Or, worse, add to the clutter by retweeting them? Leave a comment with your own thoughts…