- 3.27.09 - 12:10PM
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- Kelly Reeves
Ghost Twittering Is An Epidemic - Guilty As Charged
In case you're living under a rock and/or missed our podcast yesterday, celebrities are all about the TWITTER.
The New York Times has an article out that reveals that many celebrities aren't responsible for their own updates, and instead have (gasp!) "Ghost Twitterers" sending the 140 character messages on their behalf.
Since the curtain has been pulled on the ghost tweeting phenomenon, I figured it was time to come clean about our very own @Urlesque account and introduce the brains behind our Twitter operation:
As inferred in the article, not everyone agrees with the practice of ghost tweeting. In fact, @THE_REAL_SHAQ, our beloved Shaquille O'Neal, offers some food for thought:
It's 140 characters. It's so few characters. If you need a ghostwriter for that, I feel sorry for you.Ouch. After hearing these hurtful words from our most favorite voice in Twitteronia, we are plagued with guilt and have no choice but to fire Mr. Twitterpaws and take back our own account. Please follow us and let us know how we're doing. We have mighty big paws to fill.
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