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tweeting

Writing and posting messages on Twitter. See tweet and Twitter.
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On average, it amounts to seven posts a day," the Boston Globe, which analyzed the president's time spent tweeting, reported.
A sampling of the Islamic banks and their CEO for tweeting is mentioned below.
It was good to see Tweets being retweeted and favourited as well as our followers Tweeting to their friends about the useful content.
Yet my sports devotions have never induced me into tweeting about games or matches.
4M Tweet: "I told the bbc: "It may seem odd me tweeting but trust me this will be the norm one day & people are going to copy it"#thevoiceuk"
So just when Qualcomm started tweeting about the processor, a tweet from Snapdragon added to the conversation.
This study contributes to this area by examining how tweeting during a political event-specifically a 2012 general election presidential and vice presidential debate-affected attitudes about the political candidates participating in the event as well as perceptions of political debates.
Though he's not officially back to his old ways of tweeting his spur of the moment thoughts at the world, lately he is channeling his 140 character feelings through his foundations account.
He tweets on live TV, he tweets at lunch, he probably tweets on the loo but most recently he has been tweeting whilst carrying the Olympic torch in Taunton
Huddersfield Town's former Blues goalkeeper Ian Bennett, tweeting as BennoGk13, wrote: "People shouldn't forget what the manager, players and fans have done at blues this season.
Here are a FEw tips to measure your tweeting effectiveness:
JUST ABOUT EVERY ENTREPRENEUR HAS A TWITTER ACCOUNT THESE days, but tweeting effectively is what counts.