From time to time, I get asked “How do you tweet so much?” Since I only send out about 5 tweets a day, I think what people are really asking is: “How do you find time to tweet?” Twitter is an In-between Activity. The Answer: my day usually involves running at least 2 to 3 [...]
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This blog post is a guest post written by Dr. Jennifer Evans-Cowley, Associate Professor and Section Head of City & Regional Planning at Ohio State University. It rocks, and I’m glad you are reading it! I (@EvansCowley) recently returned from the American Planning Association’s 2011 Conference where I was part of a session that talked [...]
Background on the APA 2011 Conference I just returned from the American Planning Association’s 2011 Conference where I volunteered to run the Twitter table. Upon the return, I wanted to identify urban planning trends that were being discussed at the conference. Last year, I was able to suck down all of the conference tweets a [...]
Today, I’m at the APA 2011 Conference talking to planners about using Twitter. I’ll be demo-ing 6 of my favorite Twitter tools that will help you find tweeps in your city, grow your followers and track re-tweets. Also, I’m passing out 3 handouts: 1 for newbies (new to Twitter), 1 for novices and 1 for [...]
Why Are You on Twitter? I want to quote you on a handout to be passed out at the American Planning Association’s National Conference next month. Your Twitter handle and encouragement for people to follow you will be on the handout, too. If you’re doing planning work (even if you’re an aspiring urban planner) and [...]
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