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Comment by Lamar Morgan on May 3, 2009 at 3:06pm
The Search feature of Twitter Grader is a great tool for helping you to retweet a message to someone who is NOT in your Twitter audience, but a member of Twitter nonetheless. Mr. Tweet and Socialtoo are great tools for automating the "follow/unfollow" process. Socialtoo is also good for conducting surveys.
I have yet to use TweetLater, but I understand that is a very good tools for sending out delayed tweets.

Lamar Morgan
Comment by Brian Francis on April 30, 2009 at 11:21am
Hello Everyone,

My Twitter ID is:

http://twitter.com/bfenterprises
Comment by Goldendoodle World on April 11, 2009 at 12:40am
One thing I've learned about twitter is to try not to follow more than you have following....I'm still learning how to find out who is following you or who has unfollowed you....I was told that if there is a "direct message" next to their name, they are following you and if not, they aren't...so I have unfollowed everyone without a "direct message" except for of course, comedians or celebrities because they don't usually allow direct messaging.
Comment by Howard Larson on April 11, 2009 at 12:38am
found this to be an excelent little program:

Are you constantly monitoring who follows you back? Are your followers a “Diva” not following you back? This tool sorts that out. Really useful tool: http://friendorfollow.com/

I am pretty strict about not following people who dont follow me except for a few people who post very valuable information and links. Then there are the people who follow you only to unfollow you after you start following them back.
Comment by Lindy Asimus on March 30, 2009 at 10:59am
BTW - You can autofollow those who follow you. Several applications let you do that. Some let you unfollow those who unfollow you.
The problem with all this is that you are going to get a lot of 'followers' who are spam bots and not people. Better to check them out first and only follow those that seem like they are authentic.

Some people are worth following whether they follow you or not.
Comment by Dorinda Duclos-Favors by Dorinda on March 30, 2009 at 4:22am
Here's my twitter ID

http://www.twitter.com/FavorsbyDorinda
Comment by Goldendoodle World on March 30, 2009 at 3:11am
Someone told me to weed through my "followers" and only follow those who follow you....but that seems like a tedious, time consuming thing to do. You could follow your followers and then they "unfollow" you. Ugh.
Comment by Goldendoodle World on March 30, 2009 at 3:10am
I have a question that maybe you can answer....why does Twitter have a following cap? They have over 600,000 "followers"...but yet only allow most people to follow just 2000 people. I think there's an unfair advantage going on because some companies like "Cesar Milan" has a huge following even though I did request a white list...but haven't heard back yet from twitter. I'm guessing there is a process time?
Comment by Goldendoodle World on March 30, 2009 at 3:07am
Hi! Our twitter ID is "doodleworld".

http://www.twitter.com/doodleworld
 

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