Oct 3, 2011

8 Ways to Take Your Relationships Beyond Twitter
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

Twitter gives birth to relationships. I absolutely and positively love Twitter. There are fantastic tips all over the interwebs on how this powerful social media tool can enable you to create your ideal network, define your brand, and learn heaps of awesome stuff along the way.

Most of all, though, I love the impact of Twitter on relationships. You find people who share your passion and start interacting with them. You follow similar lists, have conversations, support one another, make each other laugh, and tweet happily into the cyberspace. Relationships are born.

The whole thing is borderline obsessive and highly self-gratifying. You even find yourself tweeting more frequently than you’d like to admit. Nothing new here so far for us. I do it and love it too just as much as the next person.
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