http://www.hastac.org http://www.hastac.org/blogs/chamberlin/wall-within-portrait-pixelated-dream. Get your own Twitter account. You need to sign up with Twitter before you can interact with other members. Don’t worry as it’s relatively easy. It’s basically the same when you’re making an email account. I suggest that you use the name of your business for your Twitter name. Then, make use of a great picture, perhaps a cup of coffee and your best-selling sandwich or group of people enjoying the food that you serve. Obviously those with the time, energy and motivation have the edge.
The sad thing about the blogosphere is that those people are often those with something to sell. They will be skilled in putting their blogs forward, while Joe Bloggs languishes in obscurity at the bottom of the rankings, swamped by professional competition. Using cool applications like Twitpic and Tweetube, users can share pictures, videos, and music files in Twitter. The better tweeter is not afraid to diversify his or her tweets to include these different media. Followers will appreciate the variety, and will definitely perk up at the pleasing distractions from the monotonous 140-character text.
Twitter presents itself as a social networking tool. If you are looking to connect with professionals and experts in your industry, you can find and connect with them using this tool. Twitter service helps you to connect with like-minded people and build long-term relationship with them. Everyone in the network remains updated by sharing tweets (posts) shared in real time. This is a great way of promoting your blog. How to get visitors to your website? Luckily, small business owners can now easily and affordably set up a blog using WordPress, Typepad, Blogger and other web services.
What is this new fad called Twitter, and why are so many people talking about it? Twitter is a type of social networking microblogging service in which a subscribed user has 140 characters to say what they have to to the rest of the world. Often referred to as a way of sending a “text message to the world,” Twitter has grown in popularity over the past year to the point where even celebrities are using it. Additionally, news stations such as Fox and the Today Show regularly mention Twitter in their broadcasts.
Every company I’ve ever worked for, especially big companies, nobody knows who anybody else is. The bigger the company is, the harder it is to learn who your co-workers are and to understand what other people may be working on. So we saw a need for something that would enable better communication and collaboration within an enterprise. And we do that by applying what we learned from the consumer internet space. In people’s personal lives, they can use these great sites like Facebook and Twitter to stay in touch with their friends.
And then, when they get to work, all the tools seem to be really archaic and hard to use. We just thought that the software you use at work should be a lot more like the software that you get to use in your personal life.