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The Tao of Twitter: Changing Your Life and Business 140 Characters at a Time

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  • Posted June 20, 2014

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    My sister passed this along to me and I can't thank her enough. I was not doing Twitter but found this book so interesting and helpful that I have created a Twitter account and am trying to build it with a sense of purpose (each person reading this may have a different "purpose" for Twitter). This book accomplished more than many related books have been able to do; it kept me engaged enough to read it cover to cover. The personal experiences described in the book are balanced with a theme/purpose rather than reading nothing but an autobiography of the author. The examples also mirrored some experiences I could relate to which made me "connect" with the message and motivated me to create a Twitter account. Even if you do not intend to be involved with Twitter, I recommend that you read this book 1. because it's interesting, 2. to become informed about this account that so many people use, and 3. to expand your computer skills. If you already are using Twitter then I still advise your read this to hone your skills.

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  • Posted January 10, 2014

    Short and to the point

    This is a great starter book for anyone delving into Twitter. The author explains why this platform is important, where it might fit in your business or organization and how to put its features to good use. If you're looking at any of the Twitter-related marketing books, make sure you read this one first.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2013

    Simplifies Twitter

    This book helped me to understand what Twitter is and how to use it. I liked the real life examples.

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