Twitter Jungle

Recently I came across a write-up in Gizmo “In Twitter No One Can Hear You Scream” which I tweeted as usual. Most of the time I feel twitter is non-sense and a waste of time but not if you know how to use twitter to your benefits. It’s a great tool that can spread the word about blog posts, maybe short thoughts to the people who follow you and want to know what you are up to.
I use Twitter to mark some of the wonderful pieces of information that I read around and at time just stumble on while surfing the internet. To save the good information one can simply tweet it and/or mark it favorite and it can be found in the time line later. Twitter can be used to share and jot down immediately great ideas that pop-up at anytime and any place.
Another great thing about twitter is its SMS notification service. I use it to keep in touch with my immediate family and keep them updated of what I AM exactly doing. Though sometimes my son does get annoyed by the number of SMS/tweets I send him, he sure likes reading it.
Though most of my tweets are really those 71% mentioned above I find it useful for Entrepreneur Magazine Kindle myself. After all one can know what the Big B is doing when he tweets at least.
Ever since I have added my Twitter to the Facebook account it has saved my Sba Meaning In Real Estate a lot of time updating my Facebook friends with new blog posts at least.
Twitter has done great wonders in several ways and those who master its use and are looking for some serious business can benefit from everything that the little tweety has to offer.
We have seen companies offer serious support to their customers on a regular basis using twitter and others post important and vital announcements to their followers who do really look forward to such information. Looking at the age of information and the way the internet has changed our perspective of getting the information we need, it’s not only Twitter that is a jungle but every piece of existing data is. One just needs to learn how to use the available data and resources to suit our best needs. That is the reason why we are humans and not monkeys of the jungle.

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