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Sign up for the Twitter Handbook

twitterIf you’re a part of the Twitter community – you know what this means. If you’re not, you may be feeling left out – wondering why everybody is moving over to the fastest growing social networking community since blogging became popular.

Attention is scarce. Expectations are high. These are the facts of today’s fast-paced marketplace. But the good guys have a new advantage. And it comes in little bundles of 140 characters or less.

Now you get to catch up – quickly – The Twitter Handbook
Find out why Twitter has become so popular so quickly and what you can do about it, learning how you can use this tool to your advantage today.


The Twitter Handbook will show you:

  • What Twitter is all about
  • Why people tweet
  • FAQ’s about Twitter
  • the Twitterverse Glossary
  • How best to communicate with people on Twitter
  • How to find and reply to those @ messages sent directly to you
  • How people are making money by using Twitter
  • Where to download the most popular resources to use with Twitter
  • The dangers and the future of Twitter and the Twitterverse

When you sign up to receive notice about the free Twitter Handbook, you’ll learn all this and more.

Whether you’re new to Twitter, or already passed the 1,000 tweet threshold, there are BIG ideas in this little handbook that we’ll be revealing – tweet by tweet, blog by blog, page by page – all revealed to you here – first – before publication of the first Twitter Handbook.

More Tips for Twittering
Making the most of Twitter – Real-time micro-blogging is gaining in popularity. But if you’re wondering what’s the point, here is Charles Arthur’s guide to the benefits of Twitter – and how to get started.

If you need further guidance, read The Beginners’ Guide to Twitter and Twitter Guide Book – How To, Tips and Instructions by Mashable

Reference: Twitter Badge

29 thoughts on “Sign up for the Twitter Handbook

  1. Thanks for your resources timethief. I’m a Twitter newbie and it will be great to read a positive “How To” for a change. I’m sure so much conflicting info on what not to do frightens off a lot of beginners like me.

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  5. Thanks timethief! I’m totally twitter ignorant and love the resources you provide!

  6. Thanks for the post, link.

    I was recommended Twitter to help manage my life by my therapist. I’m quite aways off track right now and the idea is to let people who care about me to “nudge” me unobtrusively & without the need to have a huge discussion about everything as I currently have no one I need to answer to. So I hope this can do the trick.

    Is there a way, twitter will send messages to Windows Live Messenger, or only Live Journal, GTalk & Jabber?


  7. @mammakelly
    I’m gald you found this post to be helpful. I’m in the process of learning how to use twitter myself and I’m looking forward to receiving a copy of the Twitter Handbook. to.
    Best wishes for happy blogging. :)

  8. TT, you rock! Your last three entries are just so helpful. I still don’t get the Twitter thing, but your resources will help me do so. I’ve wanted a polling capability for another site I’m working on, w00t. And the social bookmarking reference finally makes this doable. I’ll be working on all three during the next few days.

  9. Heh, I’ve been on the thing for a while now, and still feel pretty out of it. A handbook would probably do me good. Thanks for sharing.
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  10. Hello TT, I just posted
    a article about twitter
    on my Teck~Line blog
    and mentioned about
    you at the bottom of
    the post and put a link
    to this article… :)

    P.s. I put a friend
    request in for you
    on Twitter,.. :)

  11. Thank you for the offer TT, I sure will let you
    know when I sign up so we can follow each
    other… :)

  12. Hi Jennifer,
    I just began twittering last week. At first I was confused but now and can see the usefulness of using 140 character tweets for updates and messages. Thanks for dropping in. It’s always good to hear from you.

  13. Thank you TT,

    I enjoyed reading your Informative Post
    and signed up for the free handbook
    and will probably be joining Twitter
    in the next couple of days to promote
    my blogs… :)

  14. Thanks for the heads up, tt. My web 2.0 enabled daughter has been after me to get on Twitter. This handbook looks like it could help make it almost painless.

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