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Tune Into This Twitter Feed For Your Daily Dose Of Cinematography

Tune Into This Twitter Feed For Your Daily Dose Of Cinematography

When people are eventually won over to Twitter, it’s because they find a feed that they just can’t miss. Sometimes it’s a favorite singer, writer or news source. Other times it can be more unique, like Fake Seinfeld or today’s example: Perfect Shots.

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How to Keep your Twitter Account Active – Even When You’re on Vacation

As the warmer weather beckons, Twitter seems less and less important next to a good tan. But don’t let sandy beaches distract you from maintaining an active Twitter account! You can enjoy fun in the sun while your Twitter account happily tweets away – without you guiding it.
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Want A Million Twitter Followers? Win Them By Following This Account

As we’ve discussed in the past, having tons of Twitter followers shouldn’t be your only goal. Still, we wouldn’t fault you if you’ve dreamed of joining the ranks of Justin Bieber and President Obama in the million+ club.

An advertising firm has created a way for you to bump up your 135 follower count all the way to one million followers. And all you’ve got to do is follow a single account.
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The Hunger Games Should Get Katniss Everdeen On Twitter

Jennifer LawrenceWith its midnight release only hours away, it’s surprising that The Hunger Games’ official Twitter, @TheHungerGames, only has a little over 300k followers. But all of that would change in an instant if Katniss Everdeen (the character, not the actress) had her own Twitter.
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How To Use HootSuite To Get More Information Out Of Twitter

If you are one of the 78% of Twitter users who rely heavily on Twitter.com to access tweets and timelines, chances are you’re missing out on some pretty important features of the microblogging service. That’s where HootSuite comes in. We’ve got the tips and tricks you need to make the most of this third-party Twitter management tool so you can get the most out of your Twitter experience.
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Do You Use Any Of 2011′s 25 Worst Passwords For Your Twitter Account?

You don’t have to answer out loud, as it might be quite embarrassing to admit, but are you using a password for your Twitter account that would be easy for anyone to guess?

You can test to see whether you’re using a predictable password by comparing it to the 25 worst passwords of 2011.
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Would You “Donate” Your Twitter Account To Al Gore For 24 Hours?

Al Gore wants to control your Twitter account. But don’t worry, it’s for a good cause.
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How Social Are Websites Today? [STATS]

Twitter is among the most popular social network destinations for websites to point to, but just how popular is it? Research from BrightEdge [PDF] suggests that social media still isn’t visible on 51% of the top 10,000 websites – but Twitter is steadily gaining on Facebook for the number one social network of chose.
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Do You Know Who Has Access To Your Twitter Account? Check Your Application Settings

When was the last time you checked your Twitter application settings? I bet it’s been a while. It’s not a bad idea to take a look at who you’ve given permission to, as these applications may be able to read, write and even access your direct messages.
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What’s The Deal With Twitter? @SeinfeldStories Creates Plausible Seinfeld Plots In Tweet Form

After reading some of the tweets on SeinfeldStories, I’d be surprised if each episode of Seinfeld wasn’t pitched in 140 character segments. This quirky Twitter account tweets 140-character Seinfeld plotlines a couple of times a day – and they’re hilarious. Check out a few of the gems below.
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