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Valeria Maltoni recently wrote an excellent article about how companies can approach Twitter. This paragraph of Valerias really caught my attention: However, once people sign up as representatives of an organization, especially if that company d... [Read More]


Now this is very interesting, impressive and never thought of. In simple words well done for providing creative information.

For managing twitter I recommend TweetDeck: http://www.tweetdeck.com/beta/

You can have multiple columns of tweets up at anyone time (or operating behind the scenes).

At the moment I have the following columns open:

All Friends


Direct Messages

TwitScoop: http://www.twitscoop.com/

A search for 'Bushfires'

(I live in Victoria and the bushfires are really bad at the moment, see here: http://bit.ly/fMhdG )

As well as a few searches for different businesses I am associated with / am researching.

What is great about this is that you can TURN TWITTER OFF for a while in order to get some work done. When you go back to twittering there will be a wealth of information and quality tweets.

TweetDeck made twitter 'work' for me.



I don't know if it has been mentioned but http://www.twibs.com is an annuary specialized in company using twitter. It's pretty interesting. Mainly US companies... only 4 000 at the moment.

I animated a presentation concerning micro-blogging last week & i found out a lot of usefull cases where twitter has been or is used.

Comcast cared is one of my favorite.

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