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It seems more and more attention is being placed on how to convert Twitter into a productivity tool. We’ve certainly seen an increase in the number of helpful Twitter bots which continue to bring a lot of useful functionality to the ubiquitous messaging platform. Keeping track […]

It seems more and more attention is being placed on how to convert Twitter into a productivity tool. We’ve certainly seen an increase in the number of helpful Twitter bots which continue to bring a lot of useful functionality to the ubiquitous messaging platform.

Keeping track of them can be troublesome so I was glad to find that the folks over at Simple Help have compiled a nice list of 12 ways to increase your productivity using Twitter. We’ve covered some of these in the past but it’s a good assortment of time saving tips and services to get a bit more out of your Twitter account.

While you’re there, take a look around at some of the other useful how-to articles they provide, it’s a wonderful resource when faced with a nagging tech issue.

Are you using Twitter for more than just chat?

  1. I think Twitter, combined with RSS and Summize/Twitterscan is how customer service should be done these days, or at least that’s where it’s going. Not exactly “a productivity tool” but its speed makes you a productive customer rep! :)

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  2. [...] This post has some more links on productive use of twitter. [...]

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  3. I use the twitterfeed to help share my recent blog posts with my friends on twitter!

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  4. [...] dans Outils, Twitter Un billet intéressant de Simple Help  et repris sur Web Worker Daily. Mon application favorite est Remember the Milk (RTM). Utilisé avec Twitter (directement, par SMS [...]

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  5. this is what instant messenger is for

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  6. [...] to rely on Twitter to stay connected with friends and colleagues. We’ve covered ways to use Twitter as a productivity tool, and as I do become more reliant on it, having access while away from my PC has become more [...]

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  7. @Peldi I agree, since we built http://WeAllHateQuickbooks.com Intuit has put employees on twitter to reply to people with problems. Using tweetscan.com reminds me of being a fly on the wall of a conversation.

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