It looks like The Venus Project is always changing and trying various ways to tell people about itself. Communications on the social networks can be a lot more complex the what one might suspect at first glance, and twitter is certainly got it share of strange stuff. One of the interesting things is Tags; because they are not only used in one country but right across the entire world. So what is discussed here is in part only to do with the English speaking part of the world–and a lot of countries do know how to speak English.
People search twitter using key words, so adding these keywords may help your stuff to be found: The Venus Project; Resource Based Economy
List of key words
- The Venus Project
- Resource Based Economy
- Jacque Fresco
- Roxanne Meadows
When people tweet about The Venus Project they should try and use the following tags:
Addition tag that can be used (if you can fit it in)
- #like2 this service will RT any tweets with the above mentioned tags if you also mention the #like2 tag.
- and it is on this website that the tweets are “mentioned.”
- Also the @like2 eventually re-tweets the tweets mentioning #like2 in their own tweet stream–took some to do this for some reason when it was observed in Feb 2013 for some reason– and perhaps that is normal. Thus @like2 is very similar to a twitter bot.
A twitter bot defined: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitterbot
The Venus Project Marketing Team is currently trying to decide which tag is the best one to focus on. It might be assumed that they will be listed in order of the preferred tag to use down to a useful tag if needed.
The meaning of tags is difficult to define, but they are useful for groups of people involved in discussions–who use the tag to split of tweets of interest. The meaning of the tag is often less important (unless it’s a very public discussion: world wide trends for example) then it is to make sure people can find the discussion–so a meaningless word or number could be used for example.
This is an article here on the hash tag topic: Hash tags and what they mean: http://bit.ly/b4EMSr
If you use WordPress, tags are also used: How WordPress Lists Posts, Pages, Categories, & Tags work [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-1ap
Shortened link to article: The Venus Project Tags [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-1R4 #TVP #RBE #TheVenusProject #ResourceBasedEconomy #like2
These tweets (references) are from 2013
- tweet by @SheenaBratt1: “@Gharr_home @DouglasMallette Thank you #like2 will kindly retweet if you add the hashtag 😉 #ResourceBasedEconomy #RBE #TheVenusProject #TVP” : https://twitter.com/SheenaBratt1/status/298887409435820033
- Reason for using #like2 : “@Gharr_home Thanks, will let you know which #tag #TVP Marketing Team decide to focus on. In the meantime, definitely do try to use #like2!” and “@Gharr_home PS the #like2 is operated by @like2 – who I’m grateful to for following me back!” : https://twitter.com/SheenaBratt1/status/299232517100277761, : https://twitter.com/SheenaBratt1/status/299234645717942272.
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