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There are many positive uses for Social Media and today I am going to talk about the site of the moment - Twitter. This site has grown into a gargantuan monster over the last 18 months and you should ignore it at your peril.
I’ve been watching Google + very closely since it’s launch and for the most part have not been massively impressed simply because I don’t see a need for it. Like most people I have my social networks and I really can’t be bothered with another one but having said that there are a couple of little ways in which I could see Google + carving out a niche for itself and one of those is for photographers.
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