Sharing Content in Another Stream
On a daily basis I will generally run through between 400-800+ feeds. Of those, I share the top posts, usually around 30 or so, that I think will be useful for you. Realizing that a majority of you don’t follow my Google Reader feed or may use a different feed reader, I wanted to provide another option for you to access those articles.
Sure, I push my Google Reader shared items through FriendFeed and I share a handful of posts daily through my Twitter account. But, seeing that the majority of my community hangs out in Twitter more often than most other services, I wanted to be able to share with you through there. Therefore, similar to what Louis Gray (@lgshareditems), Robert Scoble (@scoblemedia) and Chris Brogan (@broganmedia) have done, I have created a new handle on Twitter: @jlevymedia. This will be, as Chris calls it, a pure stream of the content that I share or produce from around the interwebs.
Besides trying to provide you with, what you will hopefully find as a resource, what I like about having this Twitter account is that it allows me track all of the links that I share through Google Reader in Bit.ly.
While this might not be totally useful as of yet, it will still help me to gauge whether or not the info that I share is useful to you. As time goes on I will tweak what based on feedback and stats such as Bit.ly clicks, retweets and more.
If you think it will be of interest to you, I hope that you’ll come join me over on @jlevymedia.
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