I’m intrigued to see that I have been placed in a poll of influential PR Twitterers, intrigued and a little surprised. This is because I didn’t join Twitter to become part of the PR churn that pings out statistics through the site; I joined more to allow anyone who might be interested an insight into my personal, internal workings.
My Twitter is, essentially, there to allow me a space for offbeat ramblings, to give those following me an idea of what I’m reading, thinking and doing and to offer a wider understanding of what drives me. I don’t particularly want to be part of the Twitter PR agenda. This blog is the space I’ve chosen for that.