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Unformatted text preview: Twitter use? Why? Have you
encountered Twitter “spam” or unwanted followers? What can you do to limit such
experiences? Be prepared to discuss your experiences with your class.
2. I f you haven’t done so, install a popular Twitter application such as TweetDeck, Seesmic, or a
Twitter client for your mobile device. Why did you select the product you chose? What
advantages does your choice offer over simply using Twitter’s Web page? What challenges do
these clients offer Twitter? Does the client you chose have a clear revenue model? I s it backed
by a viable business?
3. Visit search. twitter. com. Which Twitter hash tags are most active at this time? Are there other “trending topics” that aren’t associated with hash tags? What do you think of the activity in
these areas? I s there legitimate, productive activity happening? Search Twitter on topics, firms,
brand names, and issues of interest to you. What do you think of the quality of the information
you’ve uncovered on Twitter? Who might find this to be useful?
4. Why wou...
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This document was uploaded on 01/31/2014.
- Winter '14
- The American