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Unscientific observation: most bloggers use Twitter, but many Twitter users do not blog.
This is my first Twitter related article, I am using Twitter a lot lately so it is really unforgivable not even have one article related to Twitter. Now I am starting to correct this mistake and here comes list with 27 Twitter tools, which will help You find more followers, manage them, find who doesn’t follow You back, who stops following, statistics and much, much more. As Your first added follower on this list You should follow @1stwebdesigner, if You want design related tweet links. Besides the tools you definitely could use guide how to tweet and build your followers as well, right?
Update: You can read a more updated version of this list here . In March, we published the first definitive listing of screenwriters, directors and actors on Twitter. But that posting quickly outgrew our original image-based format. With dozens of new additions per week, I thought we’d completely revamp the list.
FEATURE Twitter for Libraries (and Librarians) by Sarah Milstein
Here is a list, updated from the one by Mitali Perkins, and thanks to Alessandra Lee for updating! Authors, check out Alessandra's post to add your name to the list. YA Authors: 1. Susan Adrian @ susan_adrian 2. Jill S.
As you probably already know, Twitter is hotter than ever. Everyone seems to be tweeting these days about anything and everything that’s on their mind.
100 Tips, Apps, and Resources for Teachers on Twitter Twitter can be at first glance a strange phenomenon and many don’t understand its purpose right away. However, Twitter is a powerful tool that is growing in popularity as word spreads of its potential capabilities.
This is a directory of book authors who are on Twitter. If you are looking for the directory of book trade people on Twitter , including publishers, you will find it here . This list is a constant work in progress. I know there are many more authors out there. You can help make this directory better by tweeting Highspot with the names of more authors, or leaving a comment on this post.
Linda Joy Singleton said... I'd love to be added: www.twitter.com/LindaJoySinglet AKA Linda Joy Singleton (name too long!) Sheila Ruth said...
Posted on Thursday March 26, 2009 by Staff Writers Whether you work with a library, or just want to find out more about what’s going on in your community library, Twitter is a great place to stay updated on the latest developments.
Twitter isn’t just a cute way for keeping in instant touch with friends on mobile phones anymore. It has ramped up quickly to be the search engine of choice for some with its human driven results . Applications galore allow you to find friends all over the world with similar interests and keep up with them in real time.