Use Social Networks to Send a Message Quickly, Far and Wide

Use social networks to send a message quickly, far and wide, not email.  Publish your message to the web to give it a web address so that you can tweet and post that address (called a url for Uniform Resource Locator) at Facebook, LinkedIn, and other large social networks. Especially when you want to reach […]
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Three Tips for Twitter Newbies

About Direct Messaging: To send a direct message (called a DM) to someone you are following, put their Twitter address at the very beginning of your tweet, thus:  @tcd123usa here is my message to you . . . .. This message would go directly to me and to no one else. Most people have their […]
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