What if we were to tell you there’s a free method of connecting with over 500 million internet users, 140 million of whom live in the United States? With no cost other than your time, you can define your brand, gain customers, scope out your competitions’ leads and even perform market research.
Twitter is among the most powerful tools for growing and defining your brand. The micro-blogging platform has grown into an international wealth of user-generated content that could offer insight into what your clients really want or help you connect with industry thought-leaders.
We’ve compiled 10 of the most effective ways to get started on Twitter.
Twitter will shut down multiple TweetDeck apps to focus on the product's web-based version, the microblogging service announced Monday.
Debra Askanase's insight:
RIP TweetDeck AIR (the app so many of us use on our laptop), TweetDeck for Android and iPhone. It will move to an entirely web-based experience now. Time to shore up those Twitter lists and make sure they are feeding into the columns you want.
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