For more than a year now, I’ve been Tweeting on behalf of Johnson & Johnson over at @JNJComm and have found it to be a great way to meet and interact with new people, keep up with the latest news and be available when people have different questions about what we are doing as an organization.
Well, now I’m pleased to welcome a few of my colleagues to the Twittersphere. Over the last few days, my colleagues including Rob Halper, who is responsible for the Johnson & Johnson YouTube Channel, Margaret Gurowitz who writes the Kilmer House blog, Mark Krajnak, who is responsible for the corporate website (and a photographer extraordinaire) and fellow JNJBTW contributor Melissa Waggenspack, have set up their own Twitter accounts and are starting to Tweet.
Those accounts include:
@JNJStories – where Mark and Melissa will share stories about our company, our people, our partners, our patients and our customers.
@JNJvideo – where Rob Halper will be posting a variety of tweets that touch on his world of video content.
@JNJHistory – where Margaret will post about different historical facts, figure and stories I, of course, will continue to Tweeting about different Johnson & Johnson-related news and events, announcements, interesting posts and content that’s been uploaded to our sites and other musings on stuff I find cool and interesting. I’ll also continue to be on hand on Twitter to respond to any questions you may have.Tweet, Tweet.