I’ve always known that I was addicted to Twitter, but I don’t think I realized the extent of my addiction until today. In 13 months, I’ve managed to rack up 4,000 tweets.
As I found out from TweetStats, my addiction has grown exponentially from last year.
When people question my twittering, it’s easy for me to defend. Working from home, it comprises the majority of my socialization during the workday, as is evident from the following two graphs that show 1) I tweet most often during the workday, and 2) more than 60% of my tweets are conversational with other tweeps.
It’s no surprise that the majority of my conversations take place with IRL (in real life) friends.
So what in the world am I tweeting about?
It appears as though I LOL a lot (shocker). And apparently I remember to say thanks (my mom will be proud of my manners).
I also talk a lot about reality TV and vampires (another huge surprise). Oh, but look! I “bookend” a lot, which is a work strategy, so that’s good, right? (Let’s overlook the RPattz tweets, shall we?)
So what’s with the tweet analysis, you ask? First and foremost, I’m a dork, so I love to analyze things (and I love pretty graphs). Secondly, I was curious as to what in the world I’ve been tweeting so much about. Now I know. And while knowing is half the battle, don’t expect me to ease up on the tweeting anytime soon. I think I’ll go tweet this blog post…