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#1 by Paul Goodmaker on January 25, 2011 - 9:15 am
Very interesting and well written article which I wholehartedly agree with. One challenge with Twitter though is the shear volume of tweets. If you only get a chance to check it once a day you will lose all the content from earlier that day. I wonder if there is a way to prioritise certain feeds above others or even split your personal and business feeds. No doubt such a tool already exists, I just haven’t found it yet.
#2 by internetbusinessexpert on January 25, 2011 - 10:58 am
Thanks for the feedback It is a very valid issue that you raise. Personally, I find it very helpful that the mobile ap for twitter is so functional – as it enables me to easily spread my twitter time across the day rather than at one sitting when in front of a PC. In terms of splitting the feeds, at a basic level this can me achieved by using the lists function. Although it can get a little time consuming to set up and manage multiple lists, I have found it to be a worthy time investment as it is easy to then view latest tweets from a specific list. Also you can make the lists publicly viewable if you so wish – eg http://twitter.com/#!/list/thedavidgross/technews
#3 by internetbusinessexpert on February 2, 2011 - 2:37 am
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