Monday, December 27, 2010

The Official ASMR Twitter Account is Now Open

UNFearth7For nearly the past year I’ve relied on my existing Twitter account to communicate with my followers and such – and these are mainly people from HubPages, where I have a couple of profiles where I publish articles and such. But I recently thought about the fact that we still didn’t have an official, dedicated Twitter account, even though the ASMR Facebook Group has been around since January or February 2010, and the YouTube Channel has existed for six months now.

So recently I went about setting an official account up. So I’m running two Twitter accounts: one is my personal account and the other is dedicated to ASMR. I’m surprised I didn’t do this sooner, but I was busy with a lot of other stuff throughout the year. I think over the Christmas weekend I was able to focus a bit more on things, that’s all.

I know that some of the community is on twitter, because I’ve followed some of the #ASMR tags that I myself put on some of my tweets on my other account in the past. So make sure to follow us on the account, and you can send direct messages, as well as read some of my own tweets which I’ll leave from time to time. These will include updates on the community, my personal trigger events, as well as other topics revolving around ASMR. Sounds like fun, right?

I’ll also from now on be including this account as an official ASMR network site, along with the Facebook Group, this website, UNF, and the ASMR forums, among others.

So once again, make sure to head on over there and follow me, and I’ll return the favour. Then we can chat about things and the like just like on other network sites. See you there!

By the way, I’ve put links to the Twitter page on the site, on the sidebar, the hotspots page, and also the twitter icon under the “follow us” heading in the sidebar now links to this new account rather than my other one.

2 comments:

  1. Very interesting blog!... really cool to see others have this experience.

    I have had some luck in replicating as the triggers have grown weaker as I age.

    Basically I focus my eyes to the right side of my vision and walk in a straight line or small circles... with this I have been able to replicate almost 100% of the time... (AKA look all the way to your right or left and walk)

    Hope this helps and let me know if others are successful in replicating.

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  2. Hi I really enjoy your blog and LOVE watching ASMR videos on YouTube. I also follow you on twitter ( thanks for some of your links :) ) I recently set up my own ASMR YouTube channel and would love yours and others opinion on it. I'm just getting started so there's only a few videos but if you could spread the word that would be so helpful. I just love finding triggers and experimenting with different things to see if they bring people ASMR. Thank you very much.

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