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Submit Your Twitter Testimonies and Spread the Word!

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about Twitter and how it can be used as a business building tool. I’ve also heard of some pretty awesome ways that twitter has been a help to individuals on a personal level. I think this is a topic worth exploring. To do this, though, I need your help! Please use the form below to submit real examples of how Twitter has helped you professionally and personally. I will compile these testimonies and put together a post, or possibly some other type of presentation in a few weeks.

Help spread the word by retweeting this post, to make it easy here’s a tweet you can copy and paste:

Spread the Word! @DaisyOlsen is looking for testimonies. How has Twitter helped you personally and professionally? http://twurl.nl/nsilgr

Or click here to fill in the tweet box on twitter automatically

Complete the form below with your testimony. Be creative, but honest. Provide supporting information if possible. If you would like to provide an audio, video, or other creative testimony complete the form and let me know, I’ll get back in touch with you to collect the information. If you have written a blog post about the experience provide a link to the post in the form.

I’m excited to hear about your experiences!

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Twitter, User's addictive tendencies and the reliabilty of the service

Twitter dpwnageI’ve recently joined the masses and built a community of familiar faces avatars on Twitter. In the few weeks that I’ve been enjoying the conversation I’ve also seen times of frustration when Either the Twitter API goes down or, like now, all of Twitter becomes inaccessible. This got me thinking if I, after just a few weeks of tweeting, get frustrated when I can’t see what these distant people are talking about how must the long time users feel.

I realize, from doing some simple searching that the Twitter service going down frequently is hardly newsworthy at this point. I found one site that really says it all about the reliability of Twitter. This site is entirely devoted to answering the question: Is Twitter Down?

Anyway, once Twitter is back online you can feel free to follow me Here

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