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10 Reasons Why You (May) Suck on Twitter

January 10, 2013
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Wow, I can't believe it. January 2013 marks five years of tweeting for me. I've seen the good, the amazing and the horrific when it comes to Twitter. A large number of people I know, respect and admire, I've met through Twitter. People that have greatly shortened my learning curve over the years in the world of search marketing. I've continued to hone my social networking skills in real time and opened up the chance to have helped a lot of people learn how to navigate and master the world of Twitter....

 

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