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January 30, 2009

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Great post - It just so happens that I need to present on the value of twitter for PR in a couple of weeks. I'll use this as my starting point for research.

Great tips here! I would also mention that www.tweepsearch.com is an essential tool for PR pros to find keywords that are in a person's twitter bio. For instance, if you're a mompreneur, you're going to want to search for people who have identified themselves as a "mommy blogger" or fellow "mompreneur" by using tweepsearch.

great info at this post thanks!!!

nier ading ;)

Post informative and entertaining post in your Twitter updates. Follow people who interest you, and keep twittering.

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