Twitter provides a video that walks the viewer through the changes made to simplify Twitter for the mass market. Is Twitter finally emerging as a full fledged competitor to Facebook?
The following articles contain links to some helpful Twitter Tools and Applications.
Chris Brogan’s 50 Power Twitter Tips
Drop Ship Access provides links to Twitter Tools and information on how to best utilize the applications.
Network World offers “5 Ways to Find Relevant Followers”
Tweet Tips at TweetingTips
The Twitter Guide Book on Mashable
Of course, there is always the reliable Twitter Blog
5 Twitter tips from Strategic Public Relations
31 Twitter Tips from New Marketing Labs
Tweet Smarts from TweetSmarter
10 Twitter Tips from Guy Kawasaki
Mashable offers 4 Tips for Tapping into Twitter Conversations
Kyle Lacy’s ” Essential Twitter tips for Reaching Local Customers”
Some basic Twitter tips from Big is the New Small
Slightly dated but useful list from Web Analytics World
Common Twitter mistakes to avoid by Kyiv Post
13 Twitter tips and tutorials for beginners from TwiTip
Social Media Insider discusses why Twitter needs to look at alternative revenue sources other than advertising
TechCrunch descusses Pegshot, a service that allows you to use your iPhone to capture pictures and videos and then send them to friends on Twitter and Facebook in a chronological fashion with maps/locations attached. From the article:
” When one of your friends clicks on the link, they are taken to a page on Pegshot where they can watch the video, or see the photo, next to a map showing where it was taken. There they can add a comment to the shot.”