tweetmeme_url = ‘http://blogs.adobe.com/rjacquez/2009/07/moving_to_monthly_twitter_wrap.html’;
|With two Adobe Suites, Conferences, eSeminars and much Traveling, I’m moving my weekly Twitter wrapup to a Monthly wrapup blog post instead.|
Having said that, I have found Twitter to be invaluable for sharing product news, best practices and tips with my customers; as well as a platform where I can answer customer questions.
In case your daily work precludes you from checking your Twitter timeline in real-time, consider using TweetDeck, which is column-based and it provides a great way for you to stay current any keyword or Twitter username. For example to create a column, which displays all of my tweets and tweets from other users, which include my twitter username, follow these steps:
- Sign up on Twitter.com
- Download and install TweetDeck
- To add a new column, click the Twitter Search icon in the toolbar
- In the search box, type rjacquez and press Enter.
You can use these steps to add other columns based on topics of interest to you.