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5.0 out of 5 stars Clear, concise and not at all Crabbit, 16 Aug. 2011
This review is from: Tweet Right - The Sensible Person's Guide to Twitter (Kindle Edition)
I've lost count of the people who've told me 'I just can't get my head round Twitter.' And I always want to jump up and down screaming 'But just persevere and you'll love it!' Now I can just direct them to the perfect book.

Tweet Right is concise, to the point, clearly explained and often funny. Nicola Morgan (aka the Crabbit Old Bat) explains everything from the nuts and bolts of getting started to issues like etiquette, manners, how to market and network without being off-putting, and simply how to make friends and have fun (which leads to everything else). I wish I'd had this book when I started tweeting - I'd have got the hang of it so much faster. This really is the indispensable guide for anyone who wants to dive into the Twitter experience but isn't sure where to start. And what's more, it's good for veteran Tweeters too.
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Initial post: 26 Oct 2012, 13:46:25 BST
Chris Lakin says:
I was lucky enough to meet Nicola at the WW fesival and found not only her workshops informative but her concise speaking a great lift.

Posted on 26 Nov 2012, 13:01:57 GMT
Ian Wardell says:
OK I gave twitter a shot last night. Why on earth would anyone love it?? First and foremost there's the utterly absurd 140 character limit. I can't say anything interesting in less than 140 characters! Not that there seems to be any reading my contributions anyway. In addition my ability to "tweet" seems to be somewhat of a hit and miss affair. Sometimes it claims I'm going over the character limit. Sometimes the tweet button is greyed out. Sometimes it seems to send but I can't find the message I sent for love nor money!
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