Ever wonder what world history would look like through Twitter? If the major events in human history (skewed ever so heavily towards creationism) had occured through social media, perhaps they would look something like this:
Twitter has trolls. It’s true, although there are less of them compared to Facebook, the world of online social media can be terrifying. In the tech world, there are some people that use their twitter accounts to vent rage, to pick on other people, or even to use an ambiguous joke to get someone else fired.
This is the cut-throat world of tweets and twats. Although you might not know it, you might be following some of the most obnoxious and repellent tweeters on the internet. In this infographic with cute birds by Conduit, you’ll find out the types of people that make up the odd bunch of online tech lovers. If you’re not careful, one of them might be you.
Creative Commons photo courtesy of petesimon
Whether you are an indie writer or a community manager just starting out, there are some rules that have to be followed right off the bat. If you don’t know how to navigate the murky waters of social media, your message can become confused, or even rejected by the people you want to listen to you the most.