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The google spreadsheet you linked to doesn’t seem to be public, it says I can’t access it because I don’t have permission to
great article, how can I access the spreadsheet? Access is currently restricted… thx
Trey-Great way to frame Twitter participation since many users feel like they’re drinking from a fire hose. When sharing your content, I would stick with the 10 pieces of other people’s content to each 1 of your own. Happy marketing, Heidi Cohen
Thanks Trey. It can be overwhelming. But these are some good hints. I’m working to get my strategy more clearly defined. I love Twitter because I’m an info-junkie and love great quotes. But you are right. It’s important to think about what you are trying to do and take it beyond just finding cool stuff to share.
I just tweeted this and will put your site in a list of Social Media resources I’m compiling for a speech. You Rock!
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