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Stephanie Dickison

How to Manage and Filter Your Twitter Feeds

One of the biggest complaints I get when I’m teaching people how to use Twitter is that they have trouble following everything that’s going on. There is so much information coming at them, it’s overwhelming and they can’t keep it all straight. Even for seasoned pros, the more peeps you’re following, the longer and more cluttered your feeds can be. How do you streamline everything?
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Hashtags – They’re Not Just for Comedic Purposes

Hashtags, or as you and I used to know them as “number sign” or the “pound key” on our phones, are being used with more and more frequency on Twitter. But often, with a wink to the reader, a sardonic word or phrase is thrown in to illustrate their “real” (read: ironic) mood or thoughts.
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These Tweets Will Make You Hungry: Talking Food on Twitter

One of the worst places to be when you’re hungry is on Twitter. The relentless elation and descriptions of dishes is enough to turn a regular person into a reclusive compulsive eater or an obsessive shopper and cook.
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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @LauraCalder

Celebrities use Twitter for a lot of reasons – promoting a new venture, to praise or complain about something, to share information, to spread news about a good cause.  So I thought it would be fun to hear from the celebs themselves about how they use it.

@LauraCalder cooked at an early age and after university moved to Paris, Germany, Toronto and the UK to do a variety of things, none of which were to cook.  She moved to Vancouver for cooking school and things fell into place. In France,  she made French food and wrote her first cookbook French Food at Home ( Her TV series of the same name can be seen on the Food Network). She has since written French Taste: elegant everyday eating,and the next book book, Dinner Chez Moi will be released by HarperCollins in fall 2011.  Read more

What Stars Revealing Their New Haircuts Via Twitter Says About Them

Stars have a different relationship with Twitter than you and I. Their opinions and seemingly innocuous comments can be – and often are – published within moments of them posting something.

So it’s strange that they have used the platform to debut new haircuts. After all, there is little surprise left these days about their lives, you’d think they’d want to keep it to themselves and reveal it at their next appearance. Which is probably in 15 minutes anyway. Read more

Promoted Tweets: Do You Read Them? Do You Care?

Well, you knew it was going to happen eventually. Twitter has gone and created Promoted Tweets – you pay them and then your message gets sent out en mass.

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An Introduction to Tweetups and Tweetvites

You’ve probably seen the terms “Tweetup” and “Tweetvite” bandied about on Twitter, but what the heck are they? Here’s a quick guide to get you working it like a pro:

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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @susanorlean

Celebrities use Twitter for a lot of reasons – promoting a new venture, to praise or complain about something, to share information, to spread news about a good cause.  So I thought it would be fun to hear from the celebs themselves about how they use Twitter, to find out what works – and what doesn’t.

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You’re Not Still Using Twitter.com Are You?

If you’re tweeting pretty regularly (and why wouldn’t you be?), you shouldn’t be limiting yourself to using Twitter.com. It’s all fine and good in your first week as you’re figuring things out, but after that you should be using a social media dashboard.
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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @JullyBlack

Celebrities use Twitter for a lot of reasons – promoting a new venture, to praise or complain about something, to share information, to spread news about a good cause.  So I thought it would be fun to hear from the celebs themselves about how they use it.
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