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Tweaking my Twitter

Finally, a comprehensive post on the in’s and out’s of Tweeting that makes it sound so easy. Renée A. Schuls-Jacobson’s post has me tweaking my twitter!  I’ve been missing out on some fabulous connections to the writing community…duhh.  I ‘fess up that I didn’t give Twitter much of a chance to show me it’s stuff, using it as a means to an end: auto-repost of my blog posts, book shelf entries and pic-posts on my photo journal.  So … it’s a rainy day at the cottage; last of the guests are gone; and  I’ve run out of books to read.  It’s time to spend a little time learning more about maxing out Twitter.  Thanks for the push, Renée … I’m following you!

A Twit Learns To Tweet Way back on Monday, April 25, 2011 at precisely 8:07 AM, I emailed Clay Morgan from EduClaytion.com. He and I had established an “easy, breezy, beautiful” rapport; we’d talked on the phone a few times, and for a while, we were on the same cyber-page. But suddenly, Clay had a Twitter icon on his page. And I didn’t. What the deuce? I thought. So I tapped out a qu … Read More

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