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But fundamentally, this micro-announcement service does serve two needs: to post updates with low overhead and to follow a concise stream of updates.
If you care about productivity, don't check your Twitter feed while you're trying to get work done. Disruptions are deadly for productivity because it takes several minutes to reorient the brain every time you go off track looking at something else. Stick to checking updates once per day—for example, during lunch. All the tweets will still be there.
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A few days ago Twitter announced on their status blog that all Twitter users are only allowed to follow a maximum of 1000 people a day
It’s not about the follower count, its about conversions
When on Twitter itself, you can develop responsiveness through reciprocation
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Network actively with the right Twitter users, talk to them, spread their links, give them feedback, support their content. Be a participant in their Twitter experience.
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