Twitter is an undervalued resource for leads to IT and Business resources. But as I am only able to review my Twitter account every couple of days, I felt I wasn’t getting value out of it, just seeing masses of posts. So I have set up some lists, which filter the accounts you follow by categories you create. I know I am the last person to discover this feature, but really useful, all the same!
You might find them useful, so here they are: Continue reading “Twitter Lists make Twitter manageable. Here are some I made earlier…”
I had initially thought of LinkedIn as a resource to make my profile available to prospective clients. I have thought of Twitter as the more useful tool for resources and research.
Then I learned about LinkedIn Groups.
Maybe I was wrong to underestimate LinkedIn. Continue reading “LinkedIn Groups – as a source of useful resources for E-Learning, SharePoint”
Yes, Twitter is more than just messages about when someone had a sandwich. Or the same commercial message over and over (which happens, if you do this, stop it now and find something unique to say).
For example PresenterNews has links to good resources tweeted regularly and if you follow, you will get a direct message which leads to more useful links. (I’m not going to repeat them here – do the “follow” thing and get them for yourself!!!) Continue reading “Useful Resources, PowerPoint and Twitter”
My You Tube Channel
This is where you will find new tutorials posted as I answer questions and experiment with Captivate and Camtasia. Continue reading “My You Tube Channel and Twitter Feed”
A YouTube video link in your tweet gives a little movie symbol on the top right of your post which brings up the movie while still in Twitter!
This is Cool.
Well I’m easily excited. Continue reading “Twitter tip”