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Stephanie Dickison

How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @ShiraLazar

Celebrities and stars in the tech world 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 stars themselves about how they use it.

You probably know her as the creator and host @whatstrending on @CBSNews live on Tuesday at 10 a.m. (PT). She is also a correspondent on The Tomorrow Show with Mo Rocca, a contributor on The Huffington Post and host of This Week in YouTube as well as Live Earth Video, bringing people information and news about the global water crisis.
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Canadians Have A Love-Hate Relationship With Their Politicians On Twitter

There are many things that people rant about on Twitter. For some it’s about the inauthentic “Italian” that they had last night in the Bowery and for others it’s complaints about who lost on any number of the current round of reality shows. But nothing really beats the impassioned pleas of folks who have a particular view of a political situation or person and the dialogue that occurs afterwards. Sometimes those passionate pleas even make it onto the nightly news.
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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview with @JosieStevensMTR

Celebrities and stars in the tech world 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 stars themselves about how they use it.

Josie Stevens might be the wife of rocker Steve Stevens, but she’s also a mogul all her own . Starring on E! channel’s Married to Rock, she is soon to launch a clothing line and has her own Etsy store.
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Interested In Design? Here Are 5 Twitter Accounts You Should Be Following

A lot of people get into the routine of following folks on twitter that are already ensconced in our tight circles or find and follow us, so we follow them back out of mere courtesy. In this new series, I’m going to showcase people from various backgrounds and industries to help you liven up your feed and get inspired! My aim is that by following people outside of your comfort zone, you’ll start to make art, or cook at home more or take that night course for small business management!

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Isn’t It Time You Fall Clean Your Twitter Feed?

I know, I know. You’ve got to go through your email, clean up the living room before company arrives and then there’s the matter of that stack of receipts you should really sort for taxes… but I promise it won’t take too long to clean up your twitter feed by using any of the following tools.

To really get the most out of your fall cleaning, remove people that are no longer on twitter and unfollow those who only talk about how much they love to shop or recount every moment of their day (“I am going to pick up lunch now, then I’m hitting the gym. Be back in an hour.”).

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Why You Should Give Paper.li Another Look

Many people are using Paper.li these days to do business. The way it works is that you can turn Twitter, Facebook and RSS feeds into an online newspaper that gives your readers  focused news and information that you choose.
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Why You Should Consider Using Co-Tweet

As a social media consultant, I got into companies to either show them how to use various social media such as Twitter or Facebook or I do it for them. Often times, one person is solely responsible for tweeting or managing the company’s Facebook fan page. But what happens when you’ve got a bunch of people that are contributing?

It can be a real challenge, not to only find something that works, but that people find easy enough to use. Co-Tweet, a  web-based social media engagement, management and analytics tool, is great for two reasons: it is web-based, so you don’t have to download anything and take up precious room on your already overworked hard drive and the Standard Edition is  free!
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How Do Celebrities Use Twitter? Interview With @JoannaStern

Celebrities and stars in the tech world 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 stars themselves about how they use it.

@JoannaStern is a technology journalist who tends to like gadgets more than people. She is currently building The Verge, a brand new consumer technology website that will launch in the early fall. In the meantime, you can read her work at This is my next. Joanna was previously the Reviews Editor at Engadget and has written for The New York Times, Men’s Fitness, Gizmodo, and other popular technology outlets.
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Why You Should Be Scheduling Your Tweets

Have you ever been reading tweets when you suddenly see someone post 5 or 10 things in a row and then you don’t see their stuff again for another day or two – and again, it’s all lumped together? That’s because they don’t know how to schedule their tweets.
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Creating Art Via Twitter

Much ado is often made about creating art via Facebook, but I’m here to tell you that it’s just as thrilling over here on Twitter.  Whether you want to create something on your own or with others, Twitter is one of the best tools to let you curate to your heart’s content.
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