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Twitter Lessons From Ashton Kutcher and Charlie Sheen

I sometimes learn the most from random sources instead of from the traditional, expected ones.

This is where I can some of my most surprising and unexpected insights.

That’s why I’d encourage you to read this article called “How Ashton Kutcher and Charlie Sheen approach(ed) Twitter differently” by JIM DOUGHERTY so you can learn some twitter tips from two stars with millions of followers…

 

“If you heard the news this week about Charlie Sheen quitting Twitter, you may have had the same reaction as me: who cares?  But then I started to wonder why someone would abandon an audience of 7.5 million?   When I dug a little deeper into his Twitter account, I was surprised to see how effectively he was using it as a means to showcase his personality (somewhat) and promote his projects.”

“Charlie Sheen.  Television’s (formerly) best paid actor for his role on ‘Two and a Half Men,’ he had one of the most public meltdowns ever seen – he was fired from his job, his drug induced videos on UStream were a thing of legend, his interviews were like watching a car wreck, and he treated fans to a nightly rehash of his meltdown during his tour of the United States.  ‘Tiger Blood,’ ‘Adonis DNA,’ ‘Winner winner chicken dinner,’ and ‘winning’ became part of our collective lexicon.  In other words, he was a mess.”

Click here to continue reading and learn how Charlie Sheen is (was) leveraging his twitter account in better ways than Ashton Kutcher on LeadersWest.com

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