#FF is a Twitter convention that I’ve come to appreciate. Technically, #FF is the symbol for FridayFollow. However, when I see it I always think “FridayFriend,” “FondFriend,” “FollowFriend,” and “FabFriend.” But it’s Twitter we’re talking about, not FB.
Social Media, by Themelis Cuiper, has a nice description:
#FF is a shout out, a show of appreciation, a nice thing to do. Each Friday you recommend Twitter profiles that you appreciate and enjoy to all of your followers. The idea being that your #FF recommendation will encourage others to check out that profile, generating more followers for them. see? A nice thing to do.
Today I was mentioned in this tweet:
It is special to me because I like the sender (@feiblog), Edith Orenstein, who does a terrific job with the FEI Blog. And, it is clever. Edith, I appreciate your friendly words.
- @AccountingOnion, Tom Selling blog: Accounting Onion
- @adrigonzo, Adrienne Gonzalez blog: JrDeputyAccountant
- @brocromanek, Broc Romanek, Editor, TheCorporateCounsel
- @complianceweek, Matt Kelly
- @CPA_Trendlines, Rick Telberg
- @DanielStoicaTax, Daniel Stoica
- @feiblog, Edith Orenstein FEIBlog
- @getoutsara. Sara McIntosh
- @going_concern. Going Concern
- @joebwan. Joe Kristan www.taxupdateblog.com
- @michellegolden. Michelle Golden
- @normanmarks. Norman Marks
- @rebalancejim. Jim Peterson
- @retheauditors. Francine McKenna
- @Ruth999. Ruth Bender
- @SamAntar, Sam E. Antar
- @sequenceinc. Tracy Coenen
- @10keytramp. Caleb Newquist
- @taxgirl, Kelly Phillips Erb
- @taxtweet. Kay Bell
Thanks to all for being so great in the world of financial social media.
Debit and credit – – David Albrecht