The first part of a series in which I’ll walk you through the five steps to becoming a happy and fulfilled Mac user after years in the PC closet.
Whether you’re an ambivalent Twitter newbie or a chronic tweeter in the throes of a growing addiction, your tweeting is going to take time that you’re currently using for something else. Here are my suggestions for activities you can pare back on — or give up entirely — to make room for tweeting.
If you’re new to Twitter, you want to quickly eliminate the five sure signs you’re a Twitter newbie. Here are some quick ways you can follow people, attract followers, and keep your feed regularly updated — all in less than five minutes a week.
If you need to stake a claim to your Twitter identity, but you don’t know what to tweet about, here’s an easy way to get your Tweeting underway. You don’t need to look like the world’s most longstanding Twitterer (after all, Oprah just started tweeting last week!), but an empty Twitter feed is just, well, a little forlorn.So I’ve taken the liberty of writing your first 21 tweets for you.
Grab the Social Signal Firefox search tool and get access to all of our great social media resources from your browser’s search bar.
Tweeting web links is one of the simplest and most effective ways to offer regular, useful info of value to your followers. While you’re tweeting those links, you can also bookmark them in delicious.
It turns out that a great source of insight on how to make effective use of Firefox is….Firefox.
If you’re itching to get a handle on this social media thing, and want to open your eyes and ears, there are a few tools we recommend as assets to virtually any organization. I’ve listed these in the order I’d recommend adopting each one.
DoodleBuzz is a fun tool that presents news stories from your search, arranged along the outline of your doodle. But there’s a practical value to this gee whiz app.
In answer to a question posted in LinkedIn, I’ve offered five reasons to use Twitter’s DM function — including to communicate something that is too short to be worth emailing.