I've been picking up traffic for a couple of days now because a website related to call centres with a lot of traffic has picked up a twitter feed that I posted my Call Centre Survival Guide Hub to.
Has anyone else seen the traffic from twitter explode over the past few days or is it just me?
Yes. I had almost forgotten about my Twitter account until I started posting from HubPages to Twitter. Suddenly I was getting followers. The UK Royal Navy chimed in with three follows after I did a hub on my friends in the Royal Navy.
I heard on the news that Twitter may begin charging for their service. If they do I am very gone.
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