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  • 1. *Any Phone – Fring http://fring.com/ *Blackberry – ÜberTwitter http://ubertwitter.com *iPhone/iPod Touch – TweetDeck http://tweetdeck.com/iphone or Twitterific http://iconfactory.com/software/twitterrific *Android Devices – Twidroid http://twidroid.com/download/ *Windows Mobile pocket PC/Smartphone – TinyTwitter http://tinytwitter.com/ or PockeTwit http://www.freewarepocketpc.net *Symbian/Windows Mobile/Adobe Flash Lite 2.0 – MobiTile http://www.mobitile.com/?l=en&p=services *Via SMS – Log in to Twitter →Click the Settings link in the top navigation bar → Click “Devices” → Enter your mobile number in the field provided → Wait for the verification code to send to your cell → Send a message with the word START to Twitter's local short codes: US: 40404 Free Service. It’s just like sending and receiving text messages with your friends. Many Phones have their own App World, Store or Marketplace to access free Twitter App.
  • 2. 1: Join Twitter or Sign in at www.twitter.com or via mobile app. 2: Go to your twitter page (ex. Ladoyle) and click in the "What are you doing" box. 3: Within the box, begin tweet with username you are trying to reach, using @username. 4: Include a hashtag if you are specifying a specific topic or event. Ex. #gampiluncheon, #gampifallclassic Ex. "@GeorgiaMPI I loved the speaker at the GaMPI luncheon yesterday . Thank you GaMPI team! #gampiluncheon"
  • 3. Hashtag symbols (#)-categorize topics, events, conferences http://twubs.com/gampiluncheon/ The # symbol followed by a term describing or naming the topic. Make sure to include the #gampiluncheon hashtag in your tweet.  Post comments and questions for the Q&A segment of the keynote during the GaMPI Educational Program.  To access all tweets having to do with the gampiluncheon, click on the link above or simply click on the #gampiluncheon hashtag in an existing tweet in Twitter. As long as you add the hashtag in your tweet, all tweets with this hashtag will be compiled in search results.