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When I am talking to academics and students about Twitter, one of the reasons they often give for not using it is that there is… 435 more words

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Get started with TweetDeck

So, you are convinced of the benefits of Twitter, but do you know how to take your tweeting to the next level?  Whether you are managing an organisational Twitter account or just tweeting for fun, … 501 more words

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5 TweetDeck Tricks and Tips To Try Out

If you’re a social media manager and you’re taking care of more than one account, you probably already know about TweetDeck. If you don’t, now is the chance to get familiar with it – it’s a great social media dashboard application where you can manage multiple Twitter accounts on the one interface. 804 more words

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5 Best Practices to Develop Your Brand Image

Social media branding has been embraced successfully by iconic companies like Nike, Apple, and Google, however many smaller organizations and individuals are challenged to develop brand image on social media platforms.  710 more words

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Social Media Tool Basics - Tweetdeck by Twitter

As a social media marketer I have to manage multiple Twitter and other social media accounts, which can be my personal as well as of the organisations I am responsible for.  188 more words

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Why Is Twitter Losing Millions Of Users: @Jack @Twitter @TweetDeck

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Twitter began ten years ago and grew to be the preferred app by many students, journalist, photographers, writers and freelancers and was the thing, the ultimate chat application used in all High Schools, Colleges and Universities to keep in contact with other peers. 1,570 more words

The Tools of Twitter -- Sex For Money, Post #18

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