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Posts Tagged ‘inbox’

3 Reasons Why Your Direct Message Didn’t Get A Response

I’m not quite sure what I think of Twitter’s Direct Messages (DMs). Are they annoying? Sometimes. Do I let them sit unread? Quite often. But I’ve also received great tips for articles on AllTwitter and insights into things that I often tweet about in my DM inbox.

The DM is an enigma on Twitter. It can be a useful way to reach out to someone on a more personal, private level and connect with them in a more meaningful way. Or it can be used to promote yourself, annoy your new followers, and otherwise poison a potentially great relationship on Twitter.

If you’re using DMs as a way of reaching out to new followers, great. But if these DMs aren’t getting any responses, chances are you’re doing it wrong. Here are 3 reason why your DM didn’t get a response.
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Find Your “Implicit Twitter Feed”: The People You Should Be Following

You leave a trail of information about you with every interaction on the web. And while some are trying to use that information in nefarious ways, Xobni is using its technology to make this information trail work for you.

One of the newest features they’ve developed is the ability to find your “implicit Twitter feed” : tweets from the people you should be following based on who you are already interacting with online.
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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.”).

Here’s how: Read more