Paul "Pablo" Croubalian

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Musings on the Number 6 and a Call for Thoughts

Musings on
the number


and a Call for Thoughts

Now that is up and running, I'm taking a little breather. Soon, I will start on the tweet chat promotion and moderation module. 

But, not just yet.

It struck me that today is January 6th. went live at 06:00 EST. The original germ of an idea started on June 6th, 2016.

June is the 6th month.

I was laid up for a month with a dislocated shoulder, so development took 6 months. Okay, there was a year's worth of work in those 6 months, but still.

I'm not a big believer in numerology or that type of stuff but this struck me as weird. Frankly, it's creeping me out.

Even our default tweet interval is 360 minutes. . . 6 hours.

What's with that? Do I have a subconscious affinity for the number 6? Is this just weird coincidence? Who knows?

Who cares?

Let's move on

Before I start on the Tweet Chat module I would like to get your wish lists. 

What issues have you seen? 

What would you like to do easily? 

What challenges have you faced?

Have tweet chats worked for you? If so, what worked best? If not, why not do you think?

The Tweet Chat module will be for promoting and managing tweet chats, not for viewing them.

Your thoughts would be appreciated



&- myTweetPack Pack

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Paul "Pablo" Croubalian

5 years ago #7

and your helping me streamline processes, Deb. Since everyone is giving their stats, here are mine for the last 28 days: Impressions 361K (that's low for me, but I've been busy), Profile visits: 6412, Mentions 903, Followers 19K (up 1202)

Paul "Pablo" Croubalian

5 years ago #6

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Paul "Pablo" Croubalian

5 years ago #5

I just added to a campaign with no adverse effects. Next time you store a tweet, open the chat and we'll go through it together. The only thing I can think of is that you're writing your campaign name in the wrong input box. I'll add placeholder texts to inputs to play it safe

Wayne Yoshida

5 years ago #4

I will see if I can duplicate this. Happened last night.

Paul "Pablo" Croubalian

5 years ago #3

I don't understand, Wayne. When you add something to a campaign, you add it to the campaign. Ex my Shares campaign has 56 tweets in it, my beBee Campaign 37. I'll go check it out just in case

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

5 years ago #2

Tweet chats are good for immediately expressing a thought as I don't' want to get away from the tweet page to the inbox. Twitter is pretty new to me even after 2 years of being on it. Half of what I learnt is from you Paul \ Thank you 🤗🤗🤗

Wayne Yoshida

5 years ago #1

Thanks Paul. I once had a female co-worker who was obsessed with the number 9. As in, "I estimate this project will take 9 months to complete." Found out after a while she was really obsessed with starting a family, and she was concerned about her biological clock, like Marisa Tomei's scene in the movie, "My Cousin Vinnie." On to one issue, for me: When saving items to tweet, you suggest we create a "campaign" name - but this is more like a "file name" rather than a "file folder" with a set of items inside to make a "campaign." SO - if one is saving a tweet, and uses the same "campaign" name -- poof -- the new item over-writes the old tweet. Makes sense, if one understands "campaign name" = "file name" Might be just me. Otherwise, MyTweetPack makes tweeting fun and easy for us new tweeters. And Tweet chat function is great! We get to talk directly to the MyTweetPack inventors. Nice personal touch, with a real person.

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