I tweet a lot since the beginning of the year, and I think what I tweet provide some value (for developers mostly).
But here's the thing: maybe it doesn't? Maybe I'm just throwing banalities in the void?
That's what confuse me with this whole "providing value". How do you really know you provide value? Because everybody likes your tweets?
Here are the things I noticed though:
If you have many followers, people are likely to like your tweets. You'll have a lot of "engagement", style "I love what you're doing". But I feel it's more to push themselves forward than anything else.
If you don't have many followers, your tweet will end up in the void. But how do you know that it's really the case, or it's because you don't provide any value?
On top I see many developers or indie hackers just throwing banalities in there and being acclaimed like they're heroes, because big number and impressive graphics. I'm happy for them (and it's not the majority, many provide real value I think), but... does it make any sense?
I don't understand Twitter.