Twitter

May 16, 2009 at 11:47 PM 2 comments

Good LORD! I’ve spent two days on my computer just twittering. I can’t believe how big this is. If my son wasn’t sick he’d be sick of me, on the computer all morning, noon and night. I have a lot to do with the magazine and I am giving myself the excuse that this will help me get a few articles and ideas for the next issue. I still have no clue what it means to put the # sign before a topic! Oy vey. By the time I’m a pro with this, it will be outdated and something else will come along. I can’t wait to afford to pay others to do this type of work for me. SOON BABY! SOON! 😉 Happy Parenting!

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  • 1. Tamara  |  May 19, 2009 at 12:11 PM

    I hear ya! The # sign goes before the person/contact you are twittering — in other words a direct reply. A good twitter reference can be found at http://www.twittermanual.com. I found it helpful — although it adds even more time to the twitter-ness of it all!

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  • 2. SPmagazine.net  |  May 21, 2009 at 12:25 PM

    Thanks Tamara! That seems like an awesome free tool to make the best of Twitter. I’ll definitely read it. 🙂

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