Twitter Good Or Bad For Marketing

Recently Jonathan Ross tv and radio presenter accidentally published his email on twitter with another user. In essence, this is really easy to do. For I, now getting used to all the functionality of twitter [or lack of], it’s not hard to confuse the buttons. For web masters and marketeers this is quite dangerous. I have seen many corporates, like Cisco use Twitter for B2B networking. Imagine email addresses from present leads being exposed.

At least going for Jonathon it shows his postings are in fact real and not some invention of some clever SEM company in his agents employ.

I think twitter ought to change a background or at least name the type of reply one is making. Having a simple @ or D I think is party confusing [for someone like my Dad].

Although twitter did react quickly burying the post, it is showing the high risks of trying to bury twits. Indeed if you use any synchronising software across portals, a higher one. One is still able to find Jonathan Ross’s email using advanced search. I guess it will be a matter of time before removed altogether. Now for Ross, he is hoping their tech guys are not Fawlty tower fans!

With any form of on/offline libel at steak it is not hard to imagine this happening again.

This is a wake up call to webmasters who have got past the phase of burying bad web pages, but now syndicated and posted content that lies between b2b and c2c life its a risk that all good SMO’ers ought to be addressing in their process flow client documentation.
Recently Jonathan Ross tv and radio presenter accidentally published his email on twitter with another user. In essence, this is really easy to do. For I, now getting used to all the functionality of twitter [or lack of], it’s not hard to confuse the buttons. For web masters and marketeers this is quite dangerous. I have seen many corporates, like Cisco use Twitter for B2B networking. Imagine email addresses from present leads being exposed.

At least going for Jonathan it shows his postings are in fact real and not some invention of some clever SEM company in his agents employ.

I think twitter ought to change a background or at least name the type of reply one is making. Having a simple @ or D I think is party confusing [for someone like my Dad].

Although twitter did react quickly burying the post, it is showing the high risks of trying to bury twits. Indeed if you use any synchronising software across portals, a higher one. One is still able to find Jonathan Ross’s email using advanced search. I guess it will be a matter of time before removed altogether. Now for Ross, he is hoping their tech guys are not Fawlty tower fans!

With any form of on/off-line libel at steak it is not hard to imagine this happening again.

This is a wake up call to web masters who have got past the phase of burying bad web pages, but now syndicated and posted content that lies between b2b and c2c life its a risk that all good SMO’ers ought to be addressing in their process flow client documentation.

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