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A little background of how I used Twitter in the past, and how I’m using it now.
What if I had… …posted everyday? …a new podcast episode every week? Would I be more popular? Would I be the same? I deal with these questions all the time. What if I had, what if I hadn’t,
I just finished a good show on America’s Got Talent, though this could apply to American Idol as well, and it got me thinking… Remember Susan Boyle on Britain’s Got Talent? She had an awesome voice for singing and everyone
I first found value in Twitter when I was at New Media Expo 2008. Take a listen to find out more! http://media.blubrry.com/reviews/p/taylormarekmedia.s3.amazonaws.com/tmnm-06282009.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 3:50 — 3.5MB)Subscribe Here: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email
Here is an audio file for you guys I thought would sum it up. Take a listen and leave a comment. http://media.blubrry.com/reviews/p/taylormarekmedia.s3.amazonaws.com/tmnm-06262009.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 4:04 — 3.7MB)Subscribe Here: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email |
Yes, and I have to say it. Twitter is dead. I could make the same comparisons about Facebook, but for the sake of this post, I’m sticking with Twitter. It has been my experience that as soon as something, anything,
The Twitter team must have had a Red Bull machine installed at the offices, because suddenly they’re launching new stuff left and right. These look like some very interesting features: 1. Search – allow search via name or other