Tots100 Twitterati October

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There’s been plenty of criticism recently about Twitter becoming a place just to link-dump and run. It’s accompanied some pretty nostalgic pining for the good old days of chit chat with your virtual mates in 140 characters, and there’s been some vocal complaints about the sheer amount of scheduled tweets that are now posted.

It might well be the case that there’s a fair amount of link-dropping and a bit less nattering – but here at Tots100 we still love Twitter. Why? Because we reckon there’s still plenty of people on there who make us laugh.

Our timeline regularly makes us smile, or smirk, or quietly giggle to ourselves – and so we’re bringing back our regular Twitterati feature.

The Tots100 Twitterati is where we share the very best of our timeline with you, so that you too, can follow the funniest people on Twitter.

For more fun and general chatter, don’t forget to follow @tots100 on Twitter – and our sister sites@foodies100 and@hibs100 too, naturally!

Every day of the week, Good Reads brings you the best and brightest content from Tots100, the UK parent blog network. Our community of more than 7,500 parent bloggers have a combined monthly audience of more than 10m readers, writing about everything from parenting to politics, food and fashion.

Discussion1 Comment

  1. I’ve noticed this too. I’ve always loved Twitter for a chat, but there doesn’t seem to be as much of that. I appreciate that people are promoting their blogs but I think it needs to be more balanced! I prefer Instagram at the moment 🙂

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