I just heard. There’s the DJ, the VJ, and now the T (as in Twitter) J.
It came from MTV but it’s not new. It’s not quite original either. But calling it a TJ (twitter jockey) is pretty clever!
It all has to do with the Twitter stream and who can grab hold of an audience. Engage with them. Keep them entertained and wanting more.
And now there’s a name for it. Twitter Jockey.
I like the name and I love the concept.
Basically, the TJ will report all things MTV during a big event. The first assignment of the first TJ is to report on the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, on September 12.
We saw earlier this week how popular reality TV star, Kim Kardashian used Twitter to engage an audience during the premier of her show. MTV will not be outdone.
Twitter is still very new and totally evolving!
The possibilities of using Twitter for your website or product promotion are endless. Do not think for one minute that the emergence of some of the big dog companies in any way diminishes what you are trying to do. Oh contraire.
Take a lesson. Whatever techniques they use, you can use also. And keep this in mind: Right now, social media sites, like Twitter, are free to use.
What am I saying?
If you want to become the Twitter Jockey for your company, go ahead. If you want to elicit a frequent Twitter user to help your cause, go ahead. If you want to be called a Twitter party host, go ahead.
Are you getting my drift?
The sky’s the limit! Use Twitter for your highest good. Use it wisely and the rewards will be plentiful.
There’s always good news!
You already understand what a Twitter party is, how it can benefit you, and you can start one.
MTV and it’s new TJ has nothing on you.
Get going, become the Twitter Jockey you were meant to be!