Twitter now adds image upload features to Twitter.com for you who prefer to use the web based interface instead of 3rd party Twitter client.
Telekom Malaysia (TM), largest Internet Service Provider, is now providing customer support on Twitter using @TMConnects handler.
The Twitter account is not to be confused with the official Telekom Malaysia Bhd Twitter account, @TMCorp. @TMConnects is the official channel for TM service-related support and queries. And, they have a working hour of Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. As well as, .
Read about for my TM connect experience after the break.
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As 2010 comes to a close, Iâ€™ve whipped out my crystal ball, and here are my predictions for the year that is to come.
1. Facebook will sell stats
The social network giant has become the defacto minimum requirement for any business to engage with its community, so much so that some businesses use their Facebook page as their primary web presence rather than their official website. With millions of Facebook fan/business pages in play, coupled with the open secret that facebook tracks every click, Facebook has the ability to supply businesses with incredibly rich data on how people interact with their page â€“ which many organizations would pay for â€“ especially due to the horribly inadequate stats which Facebook currently provides for free.
If you are on Twitter and following many users, you might want to unfollow those who do not update for a long time. Afterall, no point to follow a Twitter user who does not tweet.
Previously, I told you aboutto clean your Twitter contact list but now it is closed.
Now, I found another tool to unfollow Twitter users who do not tweet often — UnTweeps. It is fast, easy to use, free, and it works!
Read on for the UnTweeps tutorial.
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