I love meeting new people, online or in person. I’ve always been active on social media and particularly enjoy the conversations that come naturally on Twitter. I’ve been fortunate to have very positive experiences on the platform and value the people I’ve come across, especially many of the incredible women I’ve met online.
Regular users of Twitter understand the genuine connection that develops with people you regularly Tweet with online, and when you meet a Twitter ‘friend’ in person it can often feel like meeting a long-lost friend.
#NRL season is upon us again! To celebrate, @TwitterAU have asked us blokes from the @sharkcastpod, the biggest club-focused supporter podcast in Australia, to give you the skinny on the best fan accounts and podcasts on Twitter around Rugby League, the greatest game of all.
After working in the digital media industry for the best part of four years, one thing I’ve learned is that you must be open to change. The industry is so fast paced that it’s very easy to be overwhelmed, but this also gives us a massive opportunity to be pioneers in a constantly evolving space.
Councils will be participating in Local Government Twitter Day on 3 August by Tweeting using #yourratesatwork to give residents and ratepayers a behind-the-scenes look at their local council in action.