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Crabby, Do you still hate Twitter? Not so much….

?Dear Crabby,

You've dissed Twitter since Day ONE.? I've found it very handy in my job search.? In fact, I recommend it. After reading your interview on your local site, with Cleo Parker, I found some other tips that helped a lot.?

Do you still hate Twitter?

Tweeting in Twoledo (Crabby, I thought you’d like that one)

Dear Tweeting,

Crabby does like that one.???

And, if anyone wants to see that interview, click CLEO.? There is some more logic in using Twitter in that interview. If you email Crabby, I can put you in touch with Cleo.

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OK, Crabby must admit that he's liking Twitter more and has?succumbed to the craze. Not completely, but?a twifle.? You still won’t find many tweets from Crabby, except about articles written.? But, if you don’t subscribe here (and even if you do. Please do),?you'll get notice of articles on? .???

The actual address, in case you don’t like?clicking on an icon, ?is

It’s time to bump up my Twitter followers and my lists. I’m encouraging you here.? ??

Thank you.

You won’t hear what lunch was today (Italian sub, no onions). What Crabby’s favorite color is (hunter green) on Twitter.? But, because of the Examiner articles, we’re on 10+ Twitter lists, which I’m told is good (we’d like more lists (some people are on hundreds). If you like any of the articles, please add us).

Crabby almost always tweets when there is a new Examiner article. On rare occasions, we’ll put something motivational there. Re-tweet something worthwhile.? We don’t follow hardly anyone (please don’t be offended but we just don’t have time right now)..?

Crabby knows?many of the Twitter followers. Many are new and it’s interesting to see who signs on.? As new followers sign on, each one gets a look to?see ?if there is any work we can collaborate upon,??There was a new one today that designs web pages. Since Crabby writes web page copy, we thought it might be a fit to?refer work.??.?

For those unknown followers, Crabby hopes the Examiner articles are interesting enough to warrant that commitment. That you??are considering attending GET TO WORKshops. Have some other greater good objective in mind. That?you aren’t stalking,? or casing Crabby’s house.?

Twitter is free.? Whether you plan to use it or not,?sign up now,?get the name you want to use before someone else does.? Just go to It’s easy.? Then, follow Crabby:?

And, now, here are some Twitter facts we shared last year. The numbers were growing huge them. Even more now.???????????

? …….?? from Wikipedia:


The twitter bird logo often seen around the website Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read each others’. Updates, known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters, displayed on the author’s profile page and delivered to other users –. Known as followers –. Who have subscribed to them. Senders can restrict delivery to those in their circle of friends or, by default, allow open access. Users can send and receive tweets via the Twitter website, Short Message Service (SMS) or external applications. The service is free over the Internet. Using SMS may incur phone service provider fees.

Since its creation in 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Twitter has gained notability and popularity worldwide. It's sometimes described as the “SMS of the Internet”, as it provides the functionality—via its application programming interface (API)—for other desktop and web-based applications to send and receive short text messages, often obscuring the Twitter service itself.

Through SMS, users can communicate with Twitter through five gateway numbers: short codes for the United States, Canada, India, New Zealand. An Isle of Man-based number for international use. There is also a short code in the United Kingdom which is only accessible to those in the Vodafone network.

Alexa ranks the site 27th in terms of web traffic. ?Estimates of the number of daily users vary, because the company doesn't release the number of active accounts. However, a February 2009 blog entry ranked Twitter as the third most used social network, which puts the number of unique monthly visitors at roughly 6 million and the number of monthly visits at 55 million. However, only 40% of users are retained. In March 2009, a blog ranked Twitter as the fastest-growing site in the Member Communities category for February 2009. Twitter had a monthly growth of 1382%, Zimbio of 240%, followed by Facebook with an increase of 228%.

?Crabby is available for you to email?your issues/questions/rants/vents to? [email protected]? Crabby’s office is always open;? other Crabby columns can be found by clicking on the crab to the left..



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