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May 27, 2010
How To Be More Efficient With Your Social Media
By Roxanne Rives
Now you have been on Twitter for a while. You probably feel that you are seasoned. The question is, are you?

People have to understand Twitter isn't really about sitting there all day long and tweeting aimlessly until your fingers are numb.

A smart Tweeter will take advantage of tools like Twuffer, OMG!! A Twitter buffer, or a tool that allows you to come in early in the morning (or late at night) and pre-tweet all of your messages for the whole day, week, or even the entire month. Try it for a day, you will love it.

Invest some time into your Twitter username (15 characters or less); short, memorable, and easy to spell are good guidelines. You will also be able to associate a 20 character (max) REAL NAME with your username.

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