I agree with her. Sometimes it is not about the content, but about the person. I am new to blogging and love the support I have gotten from my online friends. No questions asked some people have followed me on Twitter, followed my blog, and RT for me. I really appreciate it and do the same for others! I enter tons of giveaways and follow every new person I meet on Twittermoms on Twitter and on their blog, if they have one. Anything to help us ladies out in our efforts!
I blog for Autism awareness. My son is 3 and I like to share our journey with the disorder. Awareness is so important because some things are preventable, some are treatable, and early intervention is so important. Early intervention has made a world of difference for my son. And I know many parents are not catching Autism early enough.
I RT others posts when I see them. I am not always on twitter as I sometimes just feel like an outsider. Alot of what I RT has to do with Autism. If someone asks for a RT I will be glad to RT. I agree with what Jean has said. It makes me feel good as a person when I see someone RT something.
Jean I am off to follow your blog now. I too blog about my sons autism and many other things. It's nice to meet someone else who can understand what I am going through :)
She has a good point. I usually only retweet things I'm personally interested in, but I have a few friends I auto-tweet though an rss service. There's a couple other friends I tweet off and on. Maybe I should retweet more!