I was writing a response to an recent blog post by @Problogger about making negative comments about him between two twitter users. You can read the original post here > Twitter TipsI must admit that some of the statements i have made in the past month on twitter would have caused an employer to have a fit, Ive had smart responses to a recent marketing decision around a particular software that was re tweeted aggressively within my network... but they aren't attacking an individual and are subjective views that seem to be supported by other bloggers...I guess the advantage of this blog and my twitter accounts is that this is my own business/brand and the appeal of my agency, I'm not a cashmere suit faceless ponytail agency. Truth is i might look good in a monkey suit and a pony tail, but it just takes too long...I have been building my twitter network around a concept of sharing knowledge and placing my spin on particular articles that I feed into my networks. has been built on doing that bit more and taking the chair out to see a competitor fall.If there are people who can compete against billion dollar agencies where they have dozens of sales/tech support reps just based on their knowledge and focus on the customer service, they should be allowed to put the boot in.I think that a little cheek should be something that should be encouraged, if i wanted to be boring i wouldn't have picked a such a tongue-in-cheek name. So if anyone is looking to get found online please contact my agency for a good chat about your web strategies.