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The First Tweets Of Some Of Twitter’s Most Influential Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

The First Tweets Of Some Of Twitter's Most Influential Users [INFOGRAPHIC]What was your first tweet?

Chances are that you don’t remember. Let me clue you in: it was lame. That’s not a criticism, and it’s certainly nothing to be ashamed of: everybody’s first tweet is lame. And, when you think about it, it’s obvious why.

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Bieber, Google, Gaga, CNN, Taylor And Facebook – 20 First Tweets From Twitter’s Elite

Remember your first tweet?

Last week we documented how a new update from Topsy made it really easy for anyone to find their very-first tweets that they wrote on Twitter and, as you would expect, for most of us, they’re pretty lame.

But what about Twitter’s elite? Surely their first tweets were absolutely amazing? What an opportunity to shine!

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How To Use Topsy To Find Your First Tweets [TWITTER TIPS]

Today, social analytics platform Topsy has unveiled a huge upgrade, adding Twitter’s entire history of 425 billion public tweets to its archives, which are available in all Topsy products, including the free tools on Topsy.com.

What this means is that you can freely and quickly search every public tweet ever written on Topsy, including (but not limited to) your own.

And because you can view these tweets in reverse-chronological order, it’s now really, really easy to see your first-ever tweets.

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HOWTO: Find The Day That You Joined Twitter (And Your Very First Tweet)

If you’ve been on Twitter long enough, you start to get a little bit nostalgic.

You wonder about days gone by; about connections made (and lost). You start to reminisce about firsts. When did I first join Twitter? What was my first tweet?

The problem is: how do you find out?

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