Mashable ran a blog post today called Followformation: Quickly Follow Dozens of Categorized Twitter Users. The problem with the story in my opinion is it looks like someone at Mashable or someone with close ties to Mashable created this BS service. I mean when you goto the twitter site http://twitter.com/followformation it shows only 130 friends, and 19 updates. The service was started by http://www.aermarketing.com/
It’s not even a well tested services, so what gives Mashable the thought to post about story about it. I know they report Social Media stuff but damn some things just look weird now days. It seems everyone is posting links for people in their twitter streams, and they don’t always say “PAID AD”. You be the judge but there are many services that I don’t have to sign up for to get the same kind of information.
This story is just bland in my Opinion.