In today's micro-blogging world, more and more communication has been replaced by shorter electronic messages with a maximum length of 140 characters. Some love it, some hate it, others are not quite sure what to make of it - but all agree that Twitter is on the march among social media outreach. In spite of the minimal length, these messages have become increasingly popular due to the sole reason that the interaction is no longer one-way.
Twitter has taken the cyber world by storm in the last couple of years and #racquetball players have been using it as a good platform to communicate with their friends easily and to greater effect.
Did You Know, there are over 6,000 tweets a month about #racquetball shared on Twitter? Using a free service such as Topsy, a real-time search engine that indexes and ranks search results, you can see that there is an average of about 200 tweets per day about #racquetball.
"Twitter is already a huge social media platform for players and it also provides a little personal touch."
We’ve collected some of the most recent ones and featured them here so you can see what people all across the country are saying about #racquetball. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did. And don't forget to use the #racquetball in all your #racquetball related tweets.
Let’s get started on this jaunt around twitterspace, and don't forget to follow us at @usaracquetball
Leo Vasquez is a Texas-based freelance journalist and President of the Texas Racquetball Association. He is a freelance contributor to USARacquetball.com.