One of my clients requires me to write blog posts about various products which can benefit people living with disabilities. This has been one of my longer term roles and can be really interesting when we come across products we’d never have considered as useful to people living with particular disabilities. A few months back, we came across @touretteshero on Twitter and found her blog packed with fantastic ideas which we thought we could feature, obviously giving a nod back to the original poster.
Once of these items was the simple wrist strap and the post I put together for my client is here and I was really pleased to see that @Touretteshero enjoyed reading the post and said as much via Twitter to the blog owner:
It’s always nice to hear someone who inspired a post likes what you’ve come up with whether it’s personal or for a client and so I thought I’d share this. Thanks @touretteshero and congratulations on your book launch – it looks fantastic.
Choosing a Twitter Client for streamlined tweets (or not)…
I use Tweetdeck to manage my tweets and I absolutely love it. I also offer social media management services to a couple of clients and to keep their tweets separate from my own I tend to use Hootsuite as it means I don’t get things mixed up. I also use Tweetcaster Pro on my mobile for my personal tweets, have Hootsuite set up for clients and use the regular HTC Twitter client for my business tweets. I think I might be slightly overloaded when it comes to Twitter clients but I wouldn’t want to miss a single tweet would I?