A Great New Blog For Twitter Users: Twitip.com

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Recently I’ve been chatting alot about Twitter, it’s uses, how fun it is, and even a rant about being a twitter snob. The first time I saw Twitter I honestly thought it would be a HUGE time suck for me and I wouldn’t get any work done at all.  The results of it’s use has been quite the opposite for me.  I get lots of great traffic, ideas, and best of all build relationships and friendships with new people who are not in my current network.

I wanted to share with you a brand new blog recently launched by Darren Rowse of Problogger.net. It’s called Twitip.com and he put a call out for writers for his new site. So I sent him off an email of my ideas and the recent Twitter snob post and offered to do a follow up post based on my original. The feedback from that post has been pretty neat, and even have people who disagree with me there.

What caught my eye about the new site is that Darren’s rounding up alot of great tools and ideas for Twitter use. One post that I liked was for the “follow me” graphics. You can see my “Tweet Tweet” graphic posted here on the right sidebar which was from that very post.

There are a few social networks that I love and number one is Twitter.

What types of social networking are you utilizing?

Comments

  1. Darren Rowse never miss to surprise us. Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Great effort from Darren once again. Indeed very helpful Twitter site. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Angela and Jessica – No problem at all, I was pretty happy to have the chance to write for him there as well. It’s a great site!

  4. thanks Vera – appreciate your post here and on TwiTip 🙂

  5. Thanks Darren for commenting, I’m looking forward to sharing more at your new blog. I just love twitter… I think I’ve already said that. 🙂

  6. Darren rules, I have not been reading blogs in quite some time so i guess i missed the whole thing. Very useful site. Thanks for the pointer

  7. Business Broker in Toronto says

    Great post. I just started using Twitter as a service to keep in touch with clients, etc. I am really intrigued by the business potential for twitter. Been using linkedin for professional contacts to date which is also a great one.