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Who Are The Best Psychologists To Follow On Twitter?

Who Are The Best Psychologists To Follow On Twitter?

Whether you’re interested in the latest scientific findings of the psychologist community or you just want to read about tips for living with better mental health, this list of the 30 most prominent psychologists on Twitter is a good one to keep your eye on.

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How To Find ‘Twickets’ Without Paying Outrageous Markups

You know that if you miss that two minute window when tickets first become available for certain events, you’re not getting a ticket – not unless you want to pay twice the price, that is. Why? Because there are so many people who buy tickets for the sole reason of overcharging true fans who weren’t as fast on the draw.

That sucks. And Twickets thinks so too. It has come up with a new model for “ticket redistribution” that benefits fans and (hopefully) puts the unscrupulous scalpers out of business.

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How To Use Twitter To Save Money This Holiday Shopping Season

One of the under-utilized benefits of Twitter is its facilitation of saving money.

Twitter can make coupon clipping, deal sleuthing and budgeting a lot quicker and simpler.

With the holiday shopping season underway, now’s as good a time as any to share a few tips for using Twitter to save money.

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10 Helpful Twitter Lists for Social Media Marketers

This article was originally published in the KISSmetrics blog.

Twitter lists allow users to categorize their followers into different segmented lists based on a particular subject or theme. For instance, Twitter users can create a list of their friends or favorite brands to follow.

Lists can also be made private or public; if they’re public then other Twitter users can subscribe to the list and see the tweets of members included on that list without having to follow each individual member of that list. This presents an opportunity to follow curated lists of experts on a variety of subjects.
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It’s Time To Give Your Followers A Wedgie

Some followers just get right up in there like sand at the beach, don’t they? And we’re guessing (if you’re reading this post) that you’d like to give those folks a dose of elementary school-style medicine some days.

Well, that’s a little sick and not at ALL what we’re talking about here. We’re talking about creating surveys. Obviously.
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The 140 Best Twitter Accounts Of 2012 According To TIME

TIME has put together their picks for the best 140 Twitter accounts of 2012 – those accounts that they think will shape the conversation in the year to come. What do you think about the accounts on their list?
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Twitter Launches @Gov Account To Track Unique And Creative Political Uses Of Twitter

Late last week, Twitter launched a new official account to track interesting uses of the site by governments, organizations and political figures.
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Back-to-School: 5 Twitter Accounts To Help You Get Organized

With the kids going back to school this week, it’s time to get back into your routines and get down to work. But let’s face it – this social media stuff is pretty addictive. How are you supposed to get any work done when you’re updating your status and looking for #FF tweeps?

We’ve gathered some resources that may just help you stay on track and get organized. Take a look:
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Useful Twitter Account of the Week: @neiltyson

He’s everybody’s favorite astrophysicist, and he tweets like a pro. He’s Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson), and he’s my pick for this week’s useful Twitter account to follow.
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Useful Twitter Account of the Week: @safetyweb

The internet can be a scary place for kids, as most parents with young ones know. That’s where the @safetyweb Twitter account comes in: it collects and shares stories about web safety aimed at parents trying to protect their children’s online reputation, their privacy, and their security.
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