Obama’s Experiment: Twitter As a Political Force

One blog entry I’d really like to write about is the role of Twitter and social media in the revolutions of the middle taking a viagra and a cialis same time east. How it happened; how it progressed, etc. It would be tough to write that article without wondering what the role of Twitter is…

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Seattle’s Experiment With Twitter

Just read an article about an interesting experiment conducted by that esteemed scientific body, the Seattle Police Department. Last Tuesday, they decided to take to their Twitter account and share every 911 call that they received, transcribed as a Tweet.  Over 12 hours, they posted 478 Tweets- roughly 40 per hour!. “Police spokesman Sean Whitcomb…

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What If You Want to Aim At A Smaller Target Market?

I recently did a market survey for a local newspaper.  They were asking small businesses about their thoughts on newspaper advertising, as well as what we currently use, etc. I answered it from the point of view of my hypnotherapy practice, which is a one-man operation.  I explained to the woman that I heavily rely…

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Tara Talks About Twitter Tips & Techniques

Interviewer’s Note:  Today’s session comes from Tara Orchard, a career coach who has been using Twitter as a marketing tool for the past three years.  Let’s see what kind of tips and techniques she can recommend from her experience. Good morning, Tara!  How do you describe your business? My primary business is as a career…

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Twitter Vs. Facebook: Why Is Twitter Better for Business?

Time and time again in my interviews, I ask people about their social media strategy, and time and time again, they tell me that Facebook was a complete waste of time. Twitter, on the other hand, was a godsend. Yet every day I read another breathless article from a tech journalist reporting on how Facebook…

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