One month ago, I decided to stop using Twitter. From a time management perspective, I still stand by my reasons for doing so. In short, Twitter is a timesuck.
With that said, there is information I have access to, which people want. For example, listings of recording artists who are looking for songs to record now. I could post this information here, but since it's archived (and easily found later via search engines), it would present a problem for producers, artists, and publishing companies, since they'd continue to get submissions long after they were needed.
For something timely like this, Twitter is the perfect solution.
So I'm back on...for now.
If you're interested in artists, film projects, television shows, and other people who are looking for music you might be able to provide, follow me at twitter.com/davidhooper.
RELATED: Last week, I taped an episode of Music Business Radio with John Clore, Director of Digital Marketing & Campaigns at Sony Music Entertainment's Provident Label Group. If you're interested in hearing about Twitter from a major label perspective, make sure you subscribe to our free podcast to be notified when this episode is released.