Twitter has come a long way. I remember when it was more like a texting app, but it’s great to see it actively changing and progressing with the times. As a podcaster who is always on it, I think having a place for people to actually talk is cool to see. I like going into Spaces and hearing from the communities that some Creators and brands have curated. Listening to those conversations is cool because that’s what Twitter is about, forming those communities. Audio is just easy to access too, especially if you’re good at multitasking. I love finding new ways to interact with my people, and using Spaces seems like a fun way to do it. I just have to figure out how to add it into my everyday life.
I follow people who just make me crack up, like Sarah Lugor. The things she Tweets and Retweets make me burst out laughing the most. Also, Anania, our humor is very much the same, and everyone is always trying to push us to collab, so maybe that’s in the future. Whenever a music artist or drag queen follows me on Twitter though, I publicly freak out. Even though I am born-and-raised in LA, I don’t go out and meet celebrities much. I make those connections through Twitter.
When you’re starting out [as a Creator], know what you want to do and don’t get extremely caught up in the numbers. That can be very discouraging. Just always try to be as certain as possible about where you want your content to go because the more confident you are, the more people will resonate with you.