3 thoughts on “Why Have the Master Tweeters Become Auto-Bots? @chrisbrogan and @guykawasaki Please Stop!

  1. I love Chris Brogan, really I do, and can understand why he would automate posts. I don’t really have a problem with that. People have busy lives, and you want to have a presence. If you don’t post at 2am, well, you’re losing out on connecting across the world where it’s actually 2pm. You can always answer when you come back.

    But Guy Kawasaki.. I followed him a few months ago, and unfollowed after a day. It just struck me as spammy and crappy. No offense to Mr. Kawasaki, I’m sure he’s doing much better financially and on social media than I am.. .I guess I just expected something better.

    1. I think Chris is great as well. I am disappointed that he blocked me as a result of our “conversation” today, but that is also his prerogative.

      The point I am trying to make is about these LEADERS basically showing us that it’s okay to robot Tweet 20 times a day about a Sneaker coupon or a Book you’ve published. Why? Because you can. And because everyone else does. Those are not great answers. And the Trust Agent that Chris described in his book several years ago wouldn’t do those types of things.

      Thanks for your comment.

  2. I take the most issue with Chris and his nondisclosure. I’ve met him and he’s a great guy. Disappointed that trust is a farce.

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