Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Other interesting thoughts (with photos)

This is a photo of one of the places where I've enjoyed watching sporting events recently. I think y'all will enjoy the place as well. This location is on Garth Road at I-10 in Baytown, Texas. Waitstaff is excellent, and since they kept the volume turned down recently I could really enjoy Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals without listening to announcers.

The drummer man plays drums at his church. This is a gift the church gave him for his volunteer work. I snapped a photo because I thought drummer man looked pretty cool, and that was a very nice gesture. Robot God.

This is an autographed picture of a girl that hangs on the wall of the room I sleep in every day right now. I've always enjoyed the surprised look on her face. I wonder what she's so surprised about? Probably that she's hanging on the wall of the room I'm sleeping in every day right now.

Here's a great little Mexican food place I wanted to recommend to you. I don't remember the name, but this restaurant is on Bandera Road in San Antonio somewhere between Loop 410 and I-10. Those enchiladas were delicious, and I practically needed an interpreter to order. A real Mexico experience, right here in the United States! Look for the red pepper in front, and you've arrived at the right place. #GoSpursGo

Monday, May 6, 2013

John Tyler's Twitter continues to grow and impress, possibly becomes model for organizations to emulate

The growth of my Twitter page in the past year has convinced me that I have yet another extremely marketable skill set.

I've developed a strategy for growing a Twitter presence that seems to work consistently and continually. As of today, I've grown my Twitter following to nearly 137,000 without any press or TV appearances to promote the page. I imagine some people might wonder how I did that (and how they can replicate that for themselves or their business).

When you couple that with the proven track record of success I've had in developing award-winning press releases and obtaining media placements (click here for examples), maybe it's time for me to have some business cards printed. Just a thought.