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Experiment #1: Results

Hey guys, so as you may know, the other day I launched TweetAStranger. Basically a small website that allowed you to tweet random people for fun. Well, it got about 10,000 hits in a few days, with around 1,000 different people viewing the site.  

Not bad for the first experiment! I discontinued the service today because well, it was just an experiment. Thanks for all you who shared it on your fb and twitter pages! Something bigger & better is coming soon.

I’m on to the next site (more details soon).  

My first social experiment:

What’s up guys!? It’s sooo cold out right now… Anyways, I digress…

I recently threw together a little app called “Tweet A Stranger”. I’ve decided to release it today to see where it goes. The premise of the experiment is extremely simple. Visit the site, and connect with your twitter account. From there it prompts you to tweet something, anything you please (within 140 characters). This tweet will be reached by a stranger, someone you don’t know. After submitting the tweet it will take you to the “done” page. The done page shows you something someone else tweeted. Of course that person is a complete stranger to you as well. It then prompts you to play again. That’s it. It only took a few hours to create.

I created Tweet A Stranger, as an experiment, for several reasons. First, and most importantly, the power of the web. I find it incredible that anyone can set up a simple website, give it to a few friends, and find out the next day it went completely viral. The entire process fascinates me, so I took an attempt at it.

Second was for a fun way to tweet people you don’t know, and get tweets back. Usually on twitter you tweet someone you know, or have heard of, so this is sort of a roulette for twitter users.

I hope you enjoy it, and I’d love some feedback! More to come soon..

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