Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Twittering for Business

Whether you call it "Twittering" or "Tweeting", posting to Twitter can be a powerful networking and knowledge sharing activity. In her post, The Beauty, Secrets, and Utility of Twitter for Business, B.L. Ochman discusses how Twitter can be used to "learn, listen, meet, and enjoy a global view of an endless flow of creative thought - 140 characters at a time."

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2 Comments:

At 10:30 AM, Anonymous Bill Sheridan said...

Great post! I believe Twitter has a lot of business potential ... if only our members would use it! That seems to be the main obstacle in all of our Web 2.0 efforts, but I also believe more and more of our members will be using these resources as time goes on.

If you want to check out Twitter for yourself, be sure to look me up at http://twitter.com/BillSheridan.

 
At 3:01 PM, Blogger Maddie Grant said...

We're having an interesting argument about Twitter in the association blogosphere - quick links are on Acronym here - http://blogs.asaecenter.org/Acronym/2008/03/quick_clicks_all_atwitter.html

 

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