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Thanks for detailing your use of HootSuite further, Valeria. I use Bit.ly, which offers useful data, but HootSuite seems to have more features. My objection to it has been the use of frames on the ow.ly links - I dislike this practice in general. As a content creator, do you have any thoughts on how the use of HootSuite by others impacts your ability to analyze your own traffic?

Fascinating stuff. Wow. I'd agree that seeing these numbers with RT's would be even more valuable. However, it's interesting to me to see that you have a strategy. I'm not saying that one should *not* have a strategy or a plan, but the fact that you limit to sharing 5-6 links/posts of others was different. What if there were more than 6 articles on a particular day that were shareworthy? What if there were fewer? (I don't have the answer, just asking...).

Speaking of CoTweet. I've been using for @djwaldow and @blueskyfactory and would agree with you on how slow it seems to be to update. I do love that I can "cotweet" (post from personal and company at the same time) but not sure that is worth it. Other tools do that too.

Thanks for a wonderful analysis. Time to sign up for HootSuite 2.0!

DJ Waldow
Dir of Community at Blue Sky Factory
@djwaldow

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