My November ‘Tweet Cloud’

A few weeks ago, I posted a tag cloud based on the Twitter lists that are following me.  This provided me with a useful pool of information about how other Twitter users perceive me.  A slightly different Twitter tool is Tweetcloud.  Tweetcloud creates a cloud of the words that appear most often in my tweets over the past 30 days. Thus unlike, the previous tags, I am in 100% control over this cloud. Nevertheless, when you post dozens of tweets in a day, as I do, the sum of your tweets over a month can surprise you:

Again Phoenix features prominently in this cloud, but urban is nowhere to be found.  This indicates that I will need to make a more conscious effort to post about urban issues and events, if i want to make headway in my quest to position myself as an ‘urbanist.’

To keep tabs on my personal branding, I will create a tweet cloud of my most common words on a monthly basis, as well as revisit the Twitter list cloud from time to time. Stay tuned.

Yuri Artibise

Yuri Artibise is an experienced policy analyst, community engagement practitioner and social media specialist. I have a Master of Public Administration degree with over 10 years of public policy research, analysis, and advocacy experience.

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