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Twitter ‘Favorites’ are probably the most underrated and most often forgotten feature that the social network has to offer. Like many of its features, however, it really leaves it up to you how you want to put them to good use. Most people seem to have opted for the ‘bookmarking’ route – keeping track of interesting links you want to read later in the day. Whichever way you choose to use Twitter’s favorites, we’ve put together a list of tips and tools to get the most out of Twitter favorites.
Start by following these 30 tips to improve follower number in twitter.com : 1. Remember Why People Follow You- This is the first thing you have to figure out.
As Twitter protects its ecosystem, here’s how to create an RSS feed of a Twitter List | The Sociable - FlockWith the purchase of TweetDeck this week for a reported $50m by Twitter the company has removed one the largest third party clients from the open market. And, more importantly, it has also removed the application from the hands of Ubermedia , who also had their eye on the TweetDeck client, possibly with the aim of using it as a platform to launch its own microblogging service.
June 13, 2011 - Posted by Shelby Setting Up a Company Twitter Profile The day you decide to get your company/brand/self on twitter is the same day you should commit to reaching out to ten people/companies/organizations multiple times in the coming weeks.
Note: Twitter recently wrote to me reminding me that
Links Tweeted on Twitter Matter for SEO
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The idea of giving the opportunity to leave off-site comments to any page has been hot for a long time: that’s how many social bookmarking / sharing sites work (like StumbleUpon where people “review” and tag pages within the system), that’s what Google Sidewiki concept is based on and that’s how Tweeting any page works… Why it has been popular is quite clear: people are saved from the trouble to log in or filling the comment form and are given the opportunity to use their favorite web environment and instantly share their comments with their online friends. The question is how we, bloggers and Internet marketers, can keep track of those comments and utilize that off-site conversations around our web pages.