I found out about these cool iPhone apps on Twitter, and wanted to share! They’re created by a company called JumiTech, who makes these 2 apps and a few more that I’m not using.

JumiTech just gave me free coupon codes for 10 for each app, so if you want one, either Tweet or update your Facebook Status about this post, and send me an email specifying which app you want the code for, and I’ll send it to you. rachel (at) rachel-levy (dot) com.

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Are you wondering why I’m writing a post about how to cross-post, when I JUST wrote one about how I’m not a fan of cross-posting? Well, for starters, some of these tactics are temporary, meaning you turn them on and off for each update, so it’s not just a flow of ALL of your updates.  And, second, I thought it would be helpful to have all of this in one place to keep track of it! And third, to me, even some of the “permanent” cross-post tactics (such as Blog to LinkedIn) can be useful. So, if you do decide to cross-post after reading my post here’s how:

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BEEN GETTING A LOT OF REQUESTS…. If you can’t make it but would like to, go ahead and register hereon EventBee, and I’ll send out a video recording after the Webinar!

Twitter is about connecting to people with similar interests, and can be used for business or personal reasons, including networking, learning information, getting business, finding a job, etc.

This webinar will be more advanced information about Twitter, and will include the following:

  • Twitter’s external applications (i.e. Twellow)
  • Twittiquette (etiquette for Twitter)
  • Growing your following
  • Syndicating you tweets outside of Twitter
  • Managing your time on Twitter
  • Twitter success stories
  • Twitter Lists
  • and more!

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uVizz, an innovative application for video sharing, could be the next big video sharing platform. It solves two problems for online advertisers. First, click through rates of advertising on social networks uVizzare notoriously low (0.8% on Facebook).  So, while they have a high reach, people very rarely click on them.  The reason for this, is most likely related to the second issue that uVizz solves — that the ads are not relevant to what the consumer is actually doing.  They can certainly be targeted based on content or demographic/geographic information, but the consumer is not necessarily open to seeing them at that time they appear.

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Note: The original post with comments is now ineditable, so has been recreated here. Please see the old post if you’re interested in the comments!

There are so many Twitter applications, I can’t keep track! So, I decided to start this list as a comprehensive place to list all the Twitter programs. I plan to keep this updated as I find out about new applications. If you have any to add, please leave a comment below, and I’ll add them. Or, if you feel I have described the applications incorrectly, please let me know as well! (ones in bold italics in the chart have been added since the last update)

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Most people probably know by now that Facebook changed the layout on the personal homepages fairly drastically in the past few days. It seems to be the “in” topic of conversation, and I certainly have some thoughts on it and would love to hear yours in the comments below.

What changed?

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There are so many Twitter applications, I can’t keep track! So, I decided to start this list as a comprehensive place to list all the Twitter programs. I plan to keep this updated as I find out about new programs. If you have any to add, please leave a comment below, and I’ll add them. Or, if you feel I have described the applications incorrectly, please let me know as well! (ones in bold italics in the chart have been added since the last update)

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