Twitter EBook

Twitter has changed and is continuing to change the way that we communicate as individuals and as businesses. It’s taken a while to work out how to get the most out of the platform, but I think slowly we are getting there, and the introduction of Twitter Lists has added another dimension to the way that we use it.

I’ve written a lot about Twitter since I started Seldom Seen Kid in March last year, and I thought that it was time to bring together some of these pieces into one collection. I have then, in good time honoured fashion, made a free downloadable Ebook featuring 20 of what I consider to be my most relevant/useful/interesting posts over the course of the last year and a half, which I hope you will have a read of!

I believe that free content perpetuates development, hence I’m into giving away my music for free, and thus I’m doing the same with this. You can of course dig through the Seldom Seen Kid archives and find all of these articles at your leisure anyway, but I figured it might be useful to have them all in one place so you can dip in and out as you wish.

I’d love to know what you make of the pieces, if some of the older ones are still relevant or not at all, and what else you’d like to see from me in the next year.

So, please download this collection of articles, and I hope you enjoy!

Seldom Seen Kid Twitter Ebook


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  3. Great post. Have you heard of the “Twitter Resource Directory”? Check it out. It has probably every single known Twitter resource possible including external sites that offer apps and everything else twitter related. And if something belongs there that you know about you can contribute.

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