Discussion in 'Social Networking' started by JLew24asu, Feb 6, 2009.
Yaa i am on twitter networking site and using it.
I'm on Twitter, but I have about 50 accounts on Twitter. Funny thing is I don't post in any of them. I just link them to my Facebook pages and Facebook posts on my behalf. It's so convenient.
Yes we are on twitter;
Yes i like twitter.
Yes, I use this website almost regularly. I really love this website.
Add me on twitter: twitter.com/techkidnet
Immediately go to what's most important to you. Tweets is an online social media assistance and micro blogging assistance that allows its customers to deliver and study text-based posts.
Yep, in my opinion twitter is a lot more usefull than facebook ^^
I do not have an account on twitter because it is of little interest
Nope and don’t have the plan to be one, twitter is more accurate to those celebrities (rumors and their angst) in life.
I have a mod that auto tweets new forum threads so many of my members use it as a way of getting updates of the forum on their phones.
I was very suprised it became so popular.
Did anyone ever feel that when you used Twitter and made your website update "tweets" that members posted less because they spotted your tweets and didn't need to stop by after all? I'm just curious. When I would tweet my updates, I noticed the WOL (Who's on Line; I use vBulletin) would propagate a large amount of users viewing my website after I "tweeted". I always wondered what was up with that and why the tweets didn't seem to sponsor noticeable registrations?
I'm not sure if I should go back to using Twitter again once I get my website back up and running. Any thoughts? Aside from the tools I've read mentioned in this thread, are there skillful ways to use Twitter that I'm not using?
Twitter is very popular micro blogging site. it is very usefull for bringing huge traffic for site, i also using twitter.
I have a bunch of accounts on twitter, none for personal usage.
I was on Twitter but not able to attract much followers. So left it . . . .
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