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All a Twitter: A Personal and Professional Guide to Social Networking with Twitter by Tee Morris

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4. Working Beyond the Website

So far you have taken an in-depth look at how Twitter.com works. You know how to set up an account, how to post a tweet, and how to interact with your network. You tap into your network and enjoy the banter, occasional links, and introductions to other Twitters from backgrounds and social circles other than your own. Now it’s time to make your Twitter more efficient by working independently of its website.

According to TweetStats (found at http://tweetstats.com and covered in more detail in Chapter 6) well over half of Twitter’s membership use Twitter.com as their primary application. This is surprising, if not a touch perplexing, as the first thing recommended to me by members of my community was to install a third-party ...

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