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CI 303: A Twitter Episode

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So, maybe if you’ve been living on a deserted tropical island or under a rock you haven’t heard of twitter. This episode, Bob and Chris talk about the basics of Twitter and go through the process of getting you set up and branding your account. Twitter helps you reach clients and grow your business 140 characters at a time.

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I answered Marty Qatani from MartyToons.com‘s follow up questions about Linked In on the Creative Independence group on Linked In. Also, sorry Marty, I believe I called you Marty Quintas in the show.  Besides my answer to that question, there’re also a slew of great tips for improving your Linked In profile and even a way to post video to your account.


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In this episode we mentioned that you should add your website to your Twitter profile, since it helps to make your Twitter profile more legitimate. However, something I should have mentioned but didn’t, because I forgot about it, is that if you are at a place in your life where you don’t have a website, portfolio or blog, its perfectly fine to link to your public Linked In profile. Your public facing Linked In profile is clean, professional, and works a whole lot better than linking to a Facebook profile that someone would have to friend you in order to see.

See mine for an example: http://www.linkedin.com/in/aithene

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