Posts Tagged ‘tweet’

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A Twitter Experiment – The Dangers of Blind ReTweeting

21 April 2011 | Henry Elliss

Yesterday, I did something a bit sneaky. I’d even go as far as to say it was a little bit mean… But it was all in order to make a point, so hopefully those people [...]

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How to help charities online this Christmas

7 December 2009 | Henry Elliss

Last week, we were lucky enough to be invited to attend a Twitter party at 10 Downing Street, organised by the Prime Minister’s wife Sarah Brown, to promote the “Million Mums” campaign. As the biggest [...]

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When should one tweet for optimum effectiveness?

14 October 2009 | Henry Elliss

I should start this post with a caveat – whilst it’s quite common to use a provocative question in the title of a blog post, and then proceed to answer the question in the post, [...]

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‘Harnessing the Power of Twitter’

24 June 2009 | Alex Christie

Internet World’s ‘Harnessing the Power of Twitter’ conference in Central London yesterday, provided a great forum for the full spectrum of Twitter enthusiasts. The surprise at the outset, was the +50% show of hands by [...]