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Free Twitter Tool for Those Still Needing Help

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Check out the free and latest tool from my colleague, Andreas Ramos, to help you get a better handle on Twitter. I know you will appreciate his hard work! Here’s a personal letter from Andreas:


This summer I realized many people–okay, most people–don’t fully understand Twitter. In fact, of the people who register for Twitter, more than 83 percent abandon it. They can’t figure out how to use it. itself can’t explain why anyone should use it.

So I wrote a short book about Twitter. I talked with many people about application: marketing people, CEOs of Silicon Valley startups, people at Twitter, cops in Palo Alto and Mountain View, lots of teens and so on.

  • Want to know what’s going on in your industry? Find people in your field and see what they’re saying. You’ll know what’s going on.
  • Looking for a job? Many companies are Tweeting job openings–my book shows you how to find them.
  • Teens are storming into Twitter. 40 percent of US African-American teens are using Twitter. They are using Twitter to communicate and share. They’ve come up with witty–and often funny–ways to talk about stuff.
  • Silicon Valley’s police have come up with very clever ways to use Twitter. It’s amazing what they’re doing.
  • Twitter may be one of the few things that’ll still work when there’s an earthquake or hurricane.

A lot of #TwitterBook is stuff you’ve never heard about Twitter. All sorts of insider secrets, underground information and great tools.

It’s a free PDF. You can download it, share it with your friends and co-workers. Put it on your website. Tweet about it. Post it to Facebook. Pass it around!

Get it now. In a week, I’ll put it on Amazon and raise the price.

Get your copy at


Melissa G Wilson

Melissa has been a leader in the book writing, publishing and marketing arena for the past two decades. To date, she has helped more than 100 thought leaders write, publish and market their books. Her clients include executives such as Dan Weinfurter a seven-time Inc 500 winner and Orlando Ashford, President of Holland Cruise Lines.

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