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Janet Campbell

Twitter for bakers

If anyone on The Fresh Loaf is on Twitter, I just started a group for bakers: http://twittgroups.com/group/breadandbaking


I know The Fresh Loaf tweets so maybe others do too? I like Twitter as it's short and sweet only.,, no long posts. It could be a great way of expanding the reach of The Fresh Loaf!


Cheers,


Janet

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davec

Janet,


Good idea, but I don't see anything about groups when I go to twitter.


Dave

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Janet Campbell

Hi Dave,


If you click on the link above it should take you to Twitter Groups. There's a list of things you can do: join, add links, read tweets from others in the group, see other groups and what people are talking about.


Here's another link to the TwitGroup site: http://twittgroups.com/shownewgroups.php


It tells you what it's about. To be honest, not entirely sure how it works myself but I wanted to see if I could generate some interest in a baking/bread group and see one person has joined the group already.


Janet

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davec

Thanks, Janet.  Have you found Phyl's Artisan Bread Bakers group on facebook?


Dave

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Janet Campbell

I used to be on Facebook but I write for a living and found I was spending too much time updating. I like Twitter with its brilliant concept of short posts only, which encourages you to be concise.


It's great there are so many choices for social interaction.


Janet

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DerekL

Personally, I find twitter pointless.  If you can't be bothered to write, don't.