How Businesses Use Twitter Today

Social Media Network Marketing

Monday, February 15, 2010 How Businesses Use Twitter Today How Businesses Use Twitter Today Southwest Airlines is using it to let people know about flight changes, conditions and more. TweetDeck ( www.TweetDeck.com - free) is a commonly used tool to monitor key streams.

What Drives You? | Justin Levy

Justin Levy

I used to be an airline captian. I think a huge thing that also drives me is creativity and enthusiasm. Creativity and enthusiasm are both great motivators! JustinRLevy.com by Justin Levy is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0

A Decade of Thanksgivings

Waxing UnLyrical

Image: Lorenz Seidler via Flickr , Creative Commons I was distraught when I got a Facebook IM from one of my friends in Mumbai, telling me of the first bomb blast.

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Is Your Executive on Twitter?

Koka Sexton

Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS Is Your Executive on Twitter? I got a message today about a website that shows the Tweets from some of the executives of the largest companies in America.

Koka Sexton dot Com

Koka Sexton

Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS Is Your Executive on Twitter? I got a message today about a website that shows the Tweets from some of the executives of the largest companies in America.

Want a More Productive Week? Clean Your Darn Desk!

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Image by indi.ca, licensed under Creative Commons. Advertisements and articles ripped out of airline magazines and the ever-present jumble of newspaper clippings add to your desk’s adornment. Has anyone seen that phone number for my interview?

The Bamboo Project Blog: 21st Century Workplace Literacy: What Does that Mean and How Do We Engage More People in the Discussion?

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I suspect our efforts to converse together, generate content, share resources, etc -- will appear in hindsight to be in the same league with early automobiles and passenger airlines. Interesting idea, Joan, to have a sort of "Common Craft" thats accessible to people who arent traveling all over the web--so is it about showing people that they can more easily do things online than off-line or through email? Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0