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Twitter Tips and Resources – Part 5

Posted on 24 October 2009

This is Part 5 of a growing series of blog postings, each one featuring links to 10 useful articles/blog postings/sites I’ve come across, about how to use twitter more effectively (and how NOT to use it). Here are the latest 10:

  1. “1000 Twitter Apps and Services” from “Best of the Web”
  2. “HOW-TO: Write Effectively for Twitter & the Social Web” by Robin Broitman
  3. “11 Sure-Fire Ways to Get Me to Unfollow you on Twitter” by Irene Koehler
  4. “Available All the Time: Etiquette for the Social Networking Age” from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvannia
  5. “Top 7 Twitter Tutorials on YouTube” by Ben Parr
  6. “How Twitter Lists Work” by Zee
  7. “20 Ideas to Use Twitter for your Business” by Al Ferretti and Skeeter Hansen
  8. “Twitter Tips for Authors” from The Fiction Desk
  9. “3 Compelling Reasons To Use Social Media For Business” by Willis Wee
  10. “The long and (very) short of pitching stories on Twitter” by Lindsey Miller

See also Part 1 (May 19), Part 2 (July 16), Part 3 (October 13) and Part 4 (October 20).

Would you like to recommend any other good twitter resources?

Happy tweeting!

Kay Ross


2 responses to Twitter Tips and Resources – Part 5

  • Dotty says:

    Parts 1,2,3 do not lead anywhere!

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