Twitter Christmas Presents

What do you give a Twitter friend for Christmas?

This year, will you tweet out a mass Merry Christmas? (Just watch the term trend on December 25. How predictable is this going to be?)

Adelaide Christmas
Adelaide Christmas

Will you tweet some individual best wishes to your Twitter BFFs? Will you offer a friendly, personalised direct message?

Maybe you’ll be too busy with family and friends on Christmas Day to even think of Twitter. Or perhaps you’ll be relying on your Twitter networks more than ever, to keep you company. If you don’t have plans for Christmas Day, Twitter might help you smile and feel connected. Or if you’re at a dismal family event where tensions reign, you may be able to withdraw to a corner under the Christmas tree and tweet out a call for help!

I’m fairly certain I will visit Twitter on Christmas Day. Of course, I’ll spend lots of warm huggy time with my family. But when my children turn to their toys and start to consider me an annoyance, I’m sure there’ll be plenty of opportunity for me to connect with the Twitter pals who keep me smiling every other day of the year. Why should Christmas Day be any different?

A photo album is a nice present, right?

This Christmas, I’m hoping you’ll contribute to the #AdelaideXmas hashtag album. You can start now, or just take part on Christmas Day.

Share your festive season photos on Twitter and use the #AdelaideXmas tag. Then we’ll combine those as a hashtag album and have something to share together. You can be as creative, silly, wry or pathetic as you like (but please think of your workmates’ futures and don’t post anything that could get them into trouble!)

Hope you can take part … and, Merry Christmas.

3 thoughts on “Twitter Christmas Presents

  1. All this time I’ve been following you and had no idea you had a blog – I have mine for nearly 5 years, though its got neglected this last 9 mths or so 🙂 L

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