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Show Off Your Knowledge: Answer Random People’s Questions On Twitter

Have the itch to be annoyingly helpful today? Well now you can! There’s a new app making the rounds that lets you answer random Twitter questions – so you can show off all that knowledge in your noggin.
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How to Ask Questions on Twitter… And Get Answers

If you’ve been on Twitter for any length of time, you’ll know that simply sharing links isn’t enough to really engage your followers. You’ve got to be interesting, stand out from the crowd, and make them want to listen to you. And one of the best ways to start is by asking questions.
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If You Don’t Want To Google It, Try Asking Twitter Instead [INFOGRAPHIC]

We all turn to Google for answers to our everyday questions. But if the top ten SEO-ed results just aren’t doing their job, why not try asking Twitter instead?

Twitter’s #lazyweb hashtag has been floating around the network for years, working as a way to get your question out there to a broader Twitter audience than just your immediate followers. Although it has been on the decline in recent years, #lazyweb might just see a resurgence if the below infographic takes off.
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3 Ways To Crowdsource Killer Content Using Twitter’s Advanced Search

Bloggers and other content creators, rejoice: Twitter has the ultimate solution to banish writer’s block. If you’re ever stuck for an idea for your next blog post or article, we’ve got three ways you can use Twitter’s advanced search to come up with killer content that is timely, relevant and specific to your niche.
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