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Why you shouldn’t fire your Twitter ghost-writer till you change your password [pic]
Posted by on Sep 22nd, 2011

Not sure how legit this is, but i thoroughly enjoyed watching a drunk and angry Twitter ghost-writer expose his boss as a fraud earlier today.

The account belongs to  Mark Davidson who describes himself as an internet sales and marketing professional who boasts over 50 000 followers including some giants of the industry.  He’s apparently highly regarded in those circles.

Well it turns out that Mark wasn’t actually tweeting himself..instead he employed several ghost-writers to do the job for him. Yesterday he fired one of them and unfortunately forgot to change his password. Here’s the result.

Can’t wait till Mark wakes up to find that. You can follow the action here @markdavidson.

And while you’re at it follow me as well @lifeissavage. No ghost-writers on my account. Just kak spelling, childish humour and good times from yours truly.

Travis says:
September 09, 2011 at 3:56 pm

Oh come on, this is so obviously fake. There is no sign at all in the guy’s timeline that he ever used a ghostwriter. He clearly came up with this viral campaign to boost traffic to his site. People who believe this sort of nonsense only encourage people who spread this sort of nonsense in the first place.

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