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Tweetdeck: An Incredible "Third-Party" App for Twitter

So, recently, Mrs. Scheffer reintroduced me to Tweetdeck. The last time I used Tweetdeck was a few years ago. Since then, I have been using Twitter primarily to connect socially with my local community, so I didn’t see the need to expand my Twitter profile. 157 more words

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District-Wide 30 Day Twitter Challenge

In honor of Connected Educator Month, I will share what I have been meaning to write about for a month now… getting teachers connected on Twitter! 782 more words

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Using Twitter as a Search Engine

After using TweetDeck as a search engine rather than Google or other alternatives… I decided that Google is much more efficient. Twitter is great for searching within the confines of social media, but I think it is lacking the much more sophisticated and vast amounts of data that Google is capable of compiling.  202 more words

Tweekdeck

Are you highly active on Twitter? Is Twitter your main source of news? If so TweetDeck is the application for you! TweetDeck is an amazing alternative to typical search engines such as Google. 237 more words

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05 : Tweetdeck

Tweetdeck is an application that is for Twitter where it allows you to organize certain tweets and interests into customizable columns.

This was on first time using Tweetdeck and it captured my attention that you are able to organize your Twitter by different categories such as your searches, lists, mentions, home, activity and many more. 209 more words

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Healthy Information Consumption is Like Brewing Coffee: Impossible Without Filters

With increased access to information, comes increased risk of information overload. We are drowning in a sea of irrelevant, misinformed wikis, rants and cat videos. Without some sort of filter to dredge this sea, it can be difficult to find valid information. 266 more words

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Simple tips to guarantee Twitter success!

1. When setting up your Twitter account, make yourself as accessible as possible. Create a username relevant to your organisation, an iconic image to represent your organisation’s individuality and make sure your bio has a clear description of what you’re all about, with links to your other social media platforms! 229 more words

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