Why I Follow @Jane_Bot on Twitter

@janebotThis is a new series I’m launching here on OneMansBlog designed to introduce you guys to some of the people I follow on Twitter, and explain exactly why I follow them. I’m going to do this for two reasons:

  1. There are still a lot of people who think that Twitter is a silly little site where people talk about what they eat. They are wrong. If you follow the right people, Twitter can be an amazing tool for education, entertainment and more.
  2. The biggest problem with Twitter is finding quality people to follow. Its taken me years to amass the folks I follow, though I add and delete people occasionally. So I might as well help you guys find new quality folks to keep an eye on.

The first person I’m going to tell you about is @Jane_Bot. I know almost nothing about her, but here is what I DO know…

Jane_Bot’s tagline is, “I’m sorry if I offend you. For those that I don’t, I will try a little harder.” And that’s not a joke. If you’ve got sensitive eyes you don’t want to follow Jane. She’s going to talk
about sex nonstop, to start with. But if you’re ok with a racy sense of humor I promise you are in for a treat! Jane_Bot could very well be a comedy writer, because she is hill-arious!

In addition to being funny, Jane_Bot’s got a blog. And her creativity knows no end. I can’t understand how she comes up with 3-5 funny original Tweets every single day, but if you add to that some of the stuff she creates and posts on the blog, its amazing.
Dead Bubble Pops

(From: http://janebot.tumblr.com/post/851399205/im-gonna-kill-them-all)

So that’s enough! Follow @Jane_Botif you dare. And Jane if you’re out there… drop me a line cause I’d love to meet you next time I’m in New York!

Article Written by
John P.

John P. is CEO of Livid Lobster and co-host of Geek Beat TV. You can also find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

Comments

  1. fernando says:

    hey i follow her too. makes my day. and shes pretty, so, go figure

  2. sera says:

    @John, you’re right, it’s very hard to tell if she’s real, but that bot is funny as heck!

    I am too, but not when I’m at the computer. Gotta use that notebook I carry around more often. I would, if there were some way to make $ from my ingenious and hilarious stuff I come up with.

    Any tips on that?

    I thoughts of starting a blog, but…no time if it’s not fruitful (and if there’s a way to be fruitful with witting saying, trust! fo sho I got this! Er, um, if I can figure out the tech-how part).

    • John P. says:

      Sera,

      If you don’t have time to blog, then set up a Twitter account and a Facebook account! Use Tweetdeck to periodically post your funny stuff to both of them (takes like 5 seconds), and tell everyone you know to follow you and help spread the word.

      If you can build up a healthy number of followers then you could make a little money off it by periodically sharing an affiliate link to a product you love, or by doing a sponsored tweet.

      There are millions of ways to monetize social media, but the first step is to actually get started! :-)

      Cheers,

      John P.

  3. It’s hard to find interesting people on Twitter. I’m just following a bunch of people who follow me – and a lot of them do just talk about what they are eating. Ooops I gotta go, my ravioli is ready.

  4. fas says:

    Well how did you find her in the first place?

  5. Mason Pelt says:

    See is the little ray of perversion I needed to fill the “all friends” column of tweet deck.

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