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How to prune your Twitter following
3 tools to help you master the art of unfollowing
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Reduce your Twitter bloat with ManageFlitter, SocialOomph, & CrowdFire
While it’s important to have followers, it’s equally important to have room to breathe and room to follow.
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Tweet like Guy Kawasaki for Twitter success
Inside Twitter tips from a Silicon Valley entrepreneur
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The future of Twitter is as a protected essential public utility
This week’s blog post is thanks to my close friend and persistent colleague Sally Falkow of Meritus Media. Sally sent me a series of questions about what I think the the future of Twitter will be in light of a fourth quarter revenue miss based on analysts’ expectation.
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The implications for PR if Twitter goes away
Twitter is more alive and vibrant today than ever before. It’s become as essential to real-time communication as amateur radio, broadcast radio and television, the cellular spectrum, POTS dial tone, water, sewage, electricity, and the internet. But it’s not uniquely essential to public relations, marketing, or advertising any more.
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When a bot writes a Hallmark Christmas movie based on a 1,000 hours of Hallmark Christmas movies
Keaton Patti tweeted this at 10:34 AM on 12 Dec 2018: "I forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of Hallmark Christmas movies and then asked it to write a Hallmark Christmas movie of its own. Here is the first page." This is honestly the funniest thing I have ever read in my entire life.
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