One might have expected a person such as myself to turn towards the programming path at an earlier age. I have had a multitude of boyfriends with high mathematics, and engineering programming skills/capabilities that exposed me to programming. They all taught me tidbits of information that gave me a higher understanding of what programming even meant.
As I’m not sufficiently educated to do serious programming at this time, I will be conducting an experiment instead. In trying to learn how to use Twitter to aid our business, I noticed that there are a variety of ways to create more ‘followers’ and raise awareness for FlamingLunchbox.net. Each one takes a fair amount of time, and I’m not certain as to which one will be most effective.
Twitter Experiment (pythonliving):
First week: 50 tweets of varying caliber, add 50 people to ‘following’ - log increase in followers
Second week: 10 tweets of very high caliber with hashmarks - 100 comments - log increase
Third week: 150 tweets of mediocre caliber with hashmarks in all of them - log increase
Fourth week: 300 tweets of low caliber, no hashmarks/comments - log increase
Fifth Week: 10 tweets of very high caliber, Start following 100 new people
Sixth Week: Review results and determine where highest yield comes from
Seventh Week: Establish best combination and publish
|Week||Total Followers||Total Following||Total Tweets|