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Links 1 through 10 of 241 by Sarah Booker tagged twitter

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Context to the Tweet or be sacked comments from Peter Horrocks and Raju Narisetti. Journalists should tweet but need to understand how it can work to help them, as well as drive traffic to their sites. It's all about the conversation and interaction.

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It seems I know three people with Google+... get them! One is a colleague.
Let's see if it works better than Buzz and Wave.

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An interesting development from Twitter at a time when Twitpic is calming its users after changing its terms and conditions and Citizenside launches Zuu.li.
Twitter bought Tweetdeck but hasn't swallowed up one of the third party picture services, no, it's joined forces with Photobucket.
I'm not a huge fan of Photobucket, I'm a Flickr person who dallies occasionally with Picasa.

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Useful ideas to generate more traffic to your website through social media. Interaction is always important. Talk to the people who are useful to you and be useful to them.

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An excellent example of Storify used to curate action and tweets during the news:rewired conference. It provides a great narrative and is a particularly good example of how to use Storify well.

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This is an interesting development from the New York Times as its editors will be Tweeting directly rather than using RSS feeds.
Tweeting as a human being is a brilliant thing, and it is important to interact with your readers. However, this is a labour intensive job.
I started out Tweeting as a human for the newspaper I used to work for three years ago. However, there wasn't anyone to do it when I was on holiday. They all thought I was nuts (they're all on Twitter now).
Small news teams need to a certain level of automation alongside the human voice.

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