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Category Archives: Social Media
Those who look for relevant people to follow should love the new tool Twiangulate. It allows you to enter two or three people of interest to you, and get a list of people that they all follow. It’s a fairly … Continue reading →
I have no use for them. They are worthless. They are ubiquitous on Facebook, and now I see them on Twitter as well. If you’re a friend, and you send me one of these sorts of messages, don’t be surprised … Continue reading →
When I first started a Twitter account for my company Energion Publications (@energion), I wanted to communicate to anyone who used it that Energion was on Twitter to be a good social media citizen, communicate, and yes, of course, sell … Continue reading →
Having reached the 2,000 follower barrier on Twitter, I needed to bring my follower list down closer to my followed list. There are some services that will simply unfollow those who don’t follow you, but since I follow–and read–some tech … Continue reading →
Apparently, there’s to be a sort of rush, according to TechCrunch.
From @jasonhiner: The Four Stages of the typical Twitter User. I’m trying to move from stage three to stage four.
For those who may come here from Twitter, you can get more information on the book at PreservingDemocracy.com, and more information on the free advance copy program from the Energion Publications Blog. In general, if you are a political leader, … Continue reading →
Note: I find I never posted this, but it still looks relevant, so here goes! I’ve been trying to make Twitter work for me (Follow Me), and by “work for me” I don’t merely mean as a way of increasing … Continue reading →