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February 15, 2009

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Casey Dawes

There are some great stories about companies that ARE on Twitter. Many are in: "twitter means business: how microblogging can help or hurt your company" by Julio Ojeda-Zapata.

Not in the book is a story I hear about someone who had a broken seat on a San Francisco - New York Jet Blue flight. She twittered about it when she got to New York. Within minutes she had a tweet from Jet Blue. And, she had a great seat on the flight back.

In the same presentation, another person said...don't try it with Continental!

You have to be on Twitter.

OnlinebizSuccess

There is an interesting talk about Twitter on TED by the founder of Twitter www.ted,com
Twitter seems to becoming an important part of marketing online today.We should all Tweet!!

Website Design

I use Twitter for my business purposes...i know it's very important to be on Twitter for brand visibility.

Reubswork

I had a look on twitter for the first time. I was gob smacked that it was all full of spam, where clickbank products are sold under tinyurl.
The place is a joke.

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