Ever since the beginning of time, (or at least the beginning of Twitter, but who remembers a world before Twitter anyway?), the big question that has occupied Twitter users around the globe is, how to decide who to follow on Twitter. There used to be a pretty solid way to find new people, but then Twitter canned it. There are of course countless directories online for the Twitter community, but I have never found any of them to be too interesting or relevant.
By now, you have definitely heard of the viral micro blogging service called Twitter. Some will say it has reached the masses, while others will say it is still not mainstream. Whatever you think about Twitter, there is no denying that it has become part of regular people’s conversations all around the globe. While Twitter is growing at rates that are unprecedented and actually pretty insane, statistics show that a very high percentage of people join Twitter, send out one or two tweets saying things like “OK, now what do I do?” or “Joined Twitter, I don’t get the point”, then never log in again.