Twitter For Dummies

A fully updated guide to the how and why of using Twitter

The fastest-growing social network utility sports new features, and they’re all covered in this how-to guide from a leading Twitter marketing consultant. Nearly 20 million people are tweeting on Twitter, and this book shows you how to join them and why you should. You’ll learn the nuts and bolts of using Twitter, how to make good connections, and how it can benefit your life and your business.

  • Twitter is the fastest-growing of the social networking tools; this book gets you up to speed on the basics as well as how Twitter can enrich your life and boost your business
  • Explains how to sign up, find friends and people you want to follow, make the most of shortcuts, use popular Twitter tools, and Twitter on the go
  • Discusses how Twitter can be used for business, fundraising, and maintaining contact with people who share common goals

With complete information about all the latest Twitter enhancements, Twitter For Dummies, 2nd Edition will help you get the most from this popular social networking tool.

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3 Responses to Twitter For Dummies

  1. My review of “Twitter for Dummies” This book could benefit from a better index. For example, the main reasons I bought it were to learn how to send tweets and retweet. The former was not listed at all and the directions for the latter are difficult to execute on my computer. At 68, I’m not technically savy and consequently need clear, simple and specific instructions with diagrams which reflect those on my computer. Unfortunately, yours do not which means that I’m still unable to complete those tasks.I’m beginning to learn how to send the same tweet to my followers, but have not yet found out how to do several other tasks and am hoping your book will help in those areas. Several people have made requests to follow me yet when I have pressed “accept” their names have not appeared on my list of followers. Finally, I’m working on my lists now and do not yet know whether your book has been helpful enough in that area.I hope that this frank critique is useful.Sincerely,W. Walker

  2. Steven J Weber

    Twitter for Dummies I read 3 books on Twitter in 3 weeks … This wasn’t the most detailed of the 3 I read but it was a good overview — I liked the humor and straightforward writing style of the authors

  3. LOL! I haven’t bought the book yet but I’d like to know if the instructions are all written in blocks of 140 characters or less. Also, I could be wrong but shouldn’t that title be “Twitter IS for Dummies?” Just sayin’.

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