Apparently Twitter isn't like eating a Reese's — there is a wrong way to do it.
Tweeting can be a useful promotional tool, which you often see from musicians, actors, etc. In between posting selfies, they’ll share links to new music videos, photo shoots or interviews. Some celebs are good at teasing out info — like Miley Cyrus telling fans she'd reveal her new album title when she got to 13 million followers. (Which she did earlier this week.)
Her fiance, Liam Hemsworth, is having less success. His Twitter experience is something closer to Megan Fox's brief attempt at tweeting — her account is still sitting there like a museum piece, frozen at January 9, 2013 when she last wrote, "5 days on Twitter and I have yet to discern it's purpose. #WhatIsThePoint ???"
Liam recently joined Twitter and has more than 248,150 followers. He seems to exclusively tweet about his career, as opposed to his opinions on anything or photos with family and friends (like Miley). Some people seem to think his use of social media isn't social enough. Liam talked to E! News about his struggle with Twitter, starting with that very first tweet. "I sat there for about 20 minutes and was like, 'God, what am I going to write? Why would people care what I write?'" Liam said. Apparently people care too much. He added, "all these comments say that I suck at tweeting. I don't even know how you could be bad at tweeting!"
Tweeting isn't for everyone, and that's not exactly a bad thing. Privacy is becoming an endangered species, and there's nothing wrong with keeping your thoughts/actions to yourself — especially when some tweets lead to controversy and can give a celeb bad publicity. Just ask Alec Baldwin and Amanda Bynes.
Back in 2009, Miley quit Twitter for a while, writing, "FYI Liam doesn't have a twitter and he wants ME to delete mine with good reason." She obviously came back, but rumors followed that Liam wanted her to quit Twitter, and when she took a break it was thought to be a reaction to their breakup rumors. But then in June, Liam joined himself.
Maybe Liam should've stuck to his no-Twitter mantra? Or are you glad he joined and decided to use the medium in his own non-dramatic way?