Was this the moment Twitter went mainstream? When Stephen Fry and Jonathan Ross start discussing niche social networks on primetime television then you know something is about to change. In what seems like a matter of days, Twitter has gone from the playground of geeks and social media nuts to the place to be seen … Continue reading Twitter goes mainstream?
After a short break from blogging while we finished off the redesigned website I'm back with the third and probably final part of my guide to Twitter. It's a fast moving world and since the last post, Twitter have stopped delivery of SMS to UK mobiles: Let's start with the bad news. Beginning today, Twitter … Continue reading Twitter Part 3: Into the real world
Last time I covered getting started with Twitter, building your network of contacts and interacting with others. This time I'm going to discuss some ways to manage your Twitter subscriptions and discover tweets about topics you're interested in. The easiest way to use Twitter is to login to the website to read and post messages. … Continue reading Twitter Part 2: Bringing order to chaos
I've been threatening promising to blog again about Twitter. I've posted before introducing Twitter so this time I'll go into a bit more detail about some uses that maybe aren't immediately apparent. When I was writing this I thought I'll ask my followers for a bit of help: Drafting a blog post about Twitter for … Continue reading Twitter Part 1: What are you doing?
It's a year since the last SXSW and the explosion of the Twitter craze. So fast was the rise of the microblogging platform that it struggled to cope with both the hype and the server load. But as the dust settled, people have started to realise it can be used for more than talking about … Continue reading Who you calling a Twitt?!