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April 13, 2009



Makes sense. Another point, too, is, how much more will your followers know it's you if your Twitter ID is different? For instance, if your ID is "@cute_gal", somehow, your followers will forget it's you. They'll think, "who is this again???" or "what company is this again???".

Jack Zufelt

Great article. With the rise of Twitter it is important to view it as you would a domain name in regards to twitter ID's. Thanks for letting us know about Twitters in activity rule.

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