Twitter Tips and Resources – Part 27

Posted on 02 August 2010

This is Part 27 of an ever-growing series of blog postings, each one featuring links to 10 useful, funny and/or provocative articles/lists/blog postings/videos/sites I’ve come across about how to use twitter more effectively (and how NOT to use it).

Here are the latest 10:

  1. “The Tao of Tweeting” by Soren Gordhamer (@SorenG on twitter)
  2. “Top 20 Sites to Improve Your Twitter Experience” by Vadim Lavrusik (@lavrusik)
  3. “30 Essential Twitter Tutorials for Newbies and Experts” by Bradley Jensen (I can’t find him on twitter) on the Outlaw design blog (@DannyOutlaw)
  4. “10 Twitter Myths” – a slideshow by Effect Works, posted by Bernard Moon (@bernardmoon)
  5. “HOW TO: Send an Audio Tweet” by Amy-Mae Elliott (@amymaeelliott) on (@mashable)
  6. “How to Get Fewer Followers on Twitter and Why This is a Good Thing” by Christopher L. Jorgensen (@jackassletters)
  7. “Study: Most Brands Still Irrelevant on Twitter” by Michael Learmonth (@learmonth) on AdAge (@adage)
  8. And a dissenting view about the above article: “Twitter irrelevant? No, Advertising Age blew it” by Mark Schaefer (@markwschaefer)
  9. “Eight lessons I’ve learned from Twitter” by Mark Schaefer (@markwschaefer)
  10. “Tips for Fundraising on Twitter” by Ryan Powszok for Lakeshore Branding (@LSBranding)

See also Part 1 (May 19, 2009), Part 2 (July 16), Part 3 (October 13), Part 4 (October 20), Part 5 (October 24), Part 6 (October 29), Part 7 (November 8 ), Part 8 (November 18), Part 9 (December 4), Part 10 (December 21), Part 11 (January 28, 2010), Part 12 (March 1), Part 13 (March 23), Part 14 (April 15), Part 15 (April 21), Part 16 (April 29), Part 17 (May 6), Part 18 (May 15), Part 19 (May 18), Part 20 (May 31), Part 21 ( June 2), Part 22 (June 14), Part 23 (June 25), Part 24 (July 13), Part 25 (July 19) and Part 26 (July 26).

Would you like to recommend any other good twitter resources? I certainly don’t list EVERY article about twitter that I see – I might recommend an article that I disagree with, if it contributes something useful to the debate, but I won’t recommend an article that I think is badly written.

Happy tweeting!

Kay Ross

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