Apparently, you can pin your most important Tweet

Recently, I keep being hit with one particular television advertisement promoting life skills to young adults.  The advice from the advertisement is that you can pin a Tweet to the top of your Twitter account page.  This is so that pre-job interview your prospective employers browsing your social media output are greeted with your most respectful Tweet rather than the tale of last night’s drinking extravaganza.

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I think that pinning posts and pinning Tweets to the top of your profile can be dangerous as sometimes people tend to pin a post that maybe…well…they shouldn’t.

However, when a good choice is made regarding the post that is pinned your social media presence can be dramatically enhanced.  First impressions Tweet1count for so much sometimes.

So, maybe I should pin a Tweet to help attract the kind of Twitter friends that I crave.

Tweet2I looked through my own account and wondered if there is one Tweet that I would like to be known by.

Well, my Tweets are a mixture of the frivolous and the serious and there is no one Tweet which captures both of these themes.

After careful examination of my four years of Twitter output, I came to the conclusion that there isn’t one Tweet that I would like toTweet3 be known by nor is there one Tweet that I’m ashamed of.

I’ve littered this post with a few screenshots of my Tweets.  Maybe, you can see a Tweet that I should be ashamed of or maybe you see one that you think should be my pinned Tweet.

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