For those of you who haven’t joined the Twitter revolution, turn away now and grumble about the irritation of Twitter. For those of you that have, you will be pleased to learn that RoM was ranked 55th in the UK during Follow Friday this week, making us more popular than Jonathan Ross, Lily Allen, Gabby Logan, Tinah Tempah, Derren Brown and award winning MCFC. Wow.
If you don’t already, follow RoM on Twitter. If you want to spread the word of RoM to your friends and boost our rankings, on Fridays simply Tweet: #ff @R_o_M
If you’re on Twitter or new to Twitter and looking for some good people to follow, check out my recommendations from Friday.
United: @unitedrant @ManUnitedYouth @andersred @ViewFromTier3 @AndyMitten @BenHibbs @OnTheRoadajtas @stevebartram1 @stewartgardner @stevebibby_ @nickcoppack @stretford_end @ManUtd24 @TheCockneyRed @StrettyNews @RedForceRising @TheBusbyWay @redranter @glorymanunited @PatCrerand @UnitedLatest @manutdreserves @KaiWayne @WEWANTGLAZEROUT @MUFCRedNews @KDill_MUFC @TuftyMUFC @DoranSalomon @GHTT_ @ChristianMcr @TheCockneyRed @united_religion @BigRed_M @StretfordEnders @Alan_Tonge @MiddyRed68 @1rebs
Journos: @MOgdenTelegraph @OliverKayTimes @DTguardian @Ian_Ladyman_DM @DiscoMirror @ncustisTheSun @NeilAshton_NOTW @karlsentk
Rivals: @TheChelseaBlog @TLDORC @danny_pugsley @ScratchingShed1 @Spooky23
Random: @christoy @OptaJoe @TheBig_Sam @101greatgoals @dirtytackle
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