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Where do you tweet about Twitter being down, when Twitter is down?

Posted on Thursday, August 6th, 2009 by Print This Post Print This Post

Categories - Social Media

This morning Twitter is offline!

I can just imagine the thousands of regular “Tweerps” going through withdrawal symptoms as they unwillingly make status updates on their Facebook accounts bemoaning about Twitter’s apparent disregard for their desire to post about their breakfast (or in the UK, their ‘tea’.)

Quick! Call customer service! Demand a refund! Write a letter to your Senator!

Wait a minute… Twitter is a free service. Gratis. No support (to speak of). No phone number for a representitive in India to assist. No service agreement. Nada.

So what’s a Tweerp to do?

Write a blog post about it, of course.

:-)

About Grant Simmons

Grant Simmons+ is an Online Marketing Professional at The Search Agency driving product development & innovation as Sr Director, SEO and Social Product.

Grant has over 22 years experience in both traditional and digital marketing, working with such companies as; Paramount Studios, Countrywide Wholesale Lending, M&M/Mars, Disney, Napster, Warner Bros., UPS, SunAmerica, Red Bull, Young Presidents’ Organization, GE Plastics, Amgen and Fox Sports.

As an entrepreneur, Grant has been key to the successful branding, development and launch of several thriving and innovative Internet startups.

Described as an online marketing strategist, motivator, entrepreneur, idea machine, experienced bridge between marketing & technology, Grant prefers; father, sailor & innovator - though not necessarily in that order when there's a fair wind.



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5 Responses to “Where do you tweet about Twitter being down, when Twitter is down?”

  1. Ted says:

    Grant,

    Just in case you’re wondering what I’m up to RIGHT NOW – I’m responding to your posting. When I see Twitter go back up, I’ll let you know on Twitter.

    All the best,

    Ted

  2. Ryan Rosario says:

    I totally missed it! Twitter went down pretty early in the morning Eastern time, so I was still fast asleep. The site was quite sluggish all day though as they recovered, and there are still a lot of problems with the API tools for applications, and those doing research. Doh!

  3. Barbara says:

    Ha! Yet another reason I have avoided the Twitter frenzy. Do you think the 67% churned users last month realized?

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