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Twitter Quietly Rolls Out Richer Facebook Integration

Twitter has improved how tweets appear on Facebook for those users who have connected the two networks.

In typical Twitter style, this richer integration was rolled out without much fanfare, but it does make for a more readable, functional Twitter-to-Facebook experience.
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LinkedIn Removes “Tweets” Widget Due To Low Usage

It looks like LinkedIn users aren’t too keen on connecting their Twitter account to their profiles. LinkedIn is shutting down the “Tweets” widget which was essentially a lightweight Twitter client built-in to LinkedIn.
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Google+ Now Affects Your Klout Score

The big players on Google+ might have noticed a rather pleasant bump in their Klout score today. That’s because Klout has officially integrated the new network into its influence calculations.
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HOW TO Tweet Your Google+ Posts Automatically To Twitter

A big Twitter management app has just added connectivity to Google+ for those of you who want to integrate your two accounts. Learn how below.
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Twitter Tip: Don’t Auto-Connect Your Facebook And Twitter Accounts

Twitter has made it deceptively easy to connect your Twitter account to your Facebook account, but don’t be fooled. It’s usually not a good idea.

Twitter and Facebook are two distinct networks with two distinct sets of etiquette and norms. Posting all of your tweets to your Facebook wall may sound like a good idea at first (I can keep my friends updated on everything going on in my life!), but believe me, neither your Facebook nor your Twitter friends will thank you.
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