Recruiting Collaborators for Social Media Experiment #2

I have lots of opinions about Social Media (OK — to be fair, I have lots of opinions about almost everything…), but among them are:

  1. It’s still new — so new that no one gets to call themselves an expert at it.
  2. If we forget the “social” aspect of Social Media, we’re doing it wrong.
  3. The fastest (and best) way to find out what works with Social Media is to keep trying new stuff.

That said, back in February I organized something that I called Social Media Experiment #1: TBaaS.  It was fun for all who participated and the most harm it caused was confusing a few folks.

As a self-proclaimed Social Media Mad Scientist, I can’t simply stop at only one experiment.

Here’s where you come in.  The particular thing I have in mind will require multiple participants to succeed.  Social Media Experiment #1 would have been successful with 20 collaborators, but I was fortunate enough to have over 70.

If you’d like to play and collaborate on Social Media Experiment #2, here’s what you need to know:

  • You’ll need a Twitter account.
  • The experiment itself will occur sometime anywhere from 7 to 30 days from now.
  • Specific instructions will be emailed to collaborators anywhere from 12 to 24 hours before “go time”.
  • Email will be sent using Bcc: and I won’t use your address for any other purpose.
  • This will be some harmless fun.

Interested?  Click here to get added to my list of Collaborators.  Come have some fun with us!

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