Jul 24, 2012

10 Types of “Tweets” That Encourage REAL Connection
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Millions of people are using Twitter to connect with family and friends. Others use it as a news outlet; Twitter is usually the first place that relevant news “hits” and many are using Twitter very successfully to build their brand and their business.

Many people don’t get Twitter. I have to admit, I was one of those people just six months ago. You may have an account but simply don’t understand how to use it your advantage. So many that are newbies to social media are doing nothing but spamming a link to their website or pitching their business constantly. Have you ever been approached by someone who wants to share a fabulous way to solve all your financial problems? All you have to do is become involved in their “business opportunity” and you will be a millionaire by week’s end? Really? Do you avoid people like this? Mind you, I am not knocking business opportunities but the approach some take to sharing their business with others.

Moral to the story…don’t be that person!
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