Twitter @username dilemmas for my new biz – help needed!
Parked & Abandoned Twitter Usernames
I know many people have complained about the sheer number of Twitter user names out there that are pretty much unused since day dot.
I started a new company earlier this year, and am starting to get moving with it. I don’t want to use my @EvilSue Twitter feed for the company for a variety of reasons and hence I have been looking at a new Twitter name. In particular I wanted to keep it short. The Strategic Learning Curve, is not by any stretch of the imagination short……….you should see the email address!
Some of the user names I have already looked at and there ahhhh “usage” I have documented here for you to look at
|User Name||Following||Followers||Tweets||First Tweet||Most Recent Tweet|
|@tslc||75||85||26||29 June 2009||25 August 2009|
|@theSLC||10||13||31||28 June 2009||6 January 2010|
|@the_SLC||23||5||3||22 June 2009||1 March 2010|
|@slc||29||4||1||20 June 2007||20 June 2007|
I have tried a few other things too, with also no luck.
This afternoon in a wee brainstorm with the most awesome @VelvetSarah, we came up with 2 @usernames that actually had appeal AND were FREE!
I have set up a small poll and would really appreciate your help in deciding what works better for The Strategic Learning Curve as the corporate Twitter Account
Biz offerings….a Work in Progress…………Still…Eternally..
I am still refining the business products and services, but to give you an idea (if it helps with the voting at all) here is an example of my current headspace (which changes by the day and lunar cycle):
|Strategy||Learning & Development||Knowledge Management||Research & Writing|
|Strategic & operational planning
Training Needs Analysis
Training & development alignment to organisational needs / goals
Evaluation of training & development impact
Best Practice Mentoring Programs
RTO & AQTF documentation & implementation
Customised on request programs – pls enquire
|Process development, documentation & improvement
Project scoping papers
Desktop Research Reports
Thank you for taking the time to have an opinion on this, and go nuts and retweet this – the more the merrier on helping make a choice – I like both and am finding it hard to decide!
| Email Marketing
In: Learning & Development, Organisational Development · Tagged with: TSLC Twitter tslc business biz username