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TSO: Twitter Search Optimization and how it can work like SEO 0

TSO: Twitter Search Optimization and how it can work like SEO

Most have heard of SEO – search engine optimization. It seems to be a common phrase nowadays. Every now and then I even hear ads on the radio that promote SEO because it is a viable thing for anybody’s website. The better it is searched, the more traffic that can come to it. However, there is another trend that has been creeping up. The same ideals, but this time In the microblog field. Something that could easily be known as TSO – or Twitter Search Optimization. Some practice this new ideal and others are even really good at it; but no matter what – if you are ignoring TSO, then you are ignoring a lot of new readers, listeners or viewers. Take a look at this 140 character statement: @geekazine #Twitter #network tool. We are a #blog #podcast and #news site. Check out the #website http://www.geekazine.com (#Geekazine) What...

Apple Or PC? Everyday Readers Chime In 3

Apple Or PC? Everyday Readers Chime In

I have a friend. He is looking for a new computer, but is not sure whether he wants a PC or Mac. Since I have lived in both worlds, I could tell him the pros and cons for both. However, I am a techie. I suggest a computer based on my techie knowledge. We both agreed that he wanted a “Everyday” opinion. We went out to the coffee shops and talked with the people and the computers they used.  Some have it for work, others either got their computers as gifts. Those that did buy their own computer got the info from another IT person. There was one that did use Consumer Reports to choose his computer. He was happy with his machine and it weighed in on my friends decision. But he wanted a lot more.