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  • 1. Twitter
  • 2. Agenda
    WhatisTwitter?
    TwitterHistory
    Definition ofmicroblogging
    WhyusingTwitter?
    Personal privacy
    Twittercommands
  • 3. WhatisTwitter?
    Public andfree
    Microbloggingplatform
    Short update service
    Every usercanchoosewhattoread
  • 4. Twitterhistory
    2004: Biz Stone and Evan Williams left Google
    2005: Biz Stone and Jack Dorsey joined Evan Williams Company Odeo
    January, 2006: Jack Dorsey pitchesideaforinternal SMS basedcommunication
    March, 2006: twttr.com betalaunches
    July 13, 2006: twttr.com goes live
    A growingcommunityjoinsuntilnow
  • 5. Definition ofmicroblogging
    Limitation in characters
    Public or private publishing
    Updates beingdisplayedchronological
    Blogging via SMS, IM or web
  • 6. Microblogging vs. blogging
    Getting started
    Costs
    Getting popular
    Detailed information
    Conversations
    Fast information
    Microblog
    Real Blog
  • 7. WhyusingTwitter?
    Get in contactwithinterestingusers
    Share ideaswithothers
    Beinformedquickly
    Interaction withcustomers
    Personalizedcontent
  • 8. WhyusingTwitter?
    Kelly, Ryan, ed. (2009-08-12), "Twitter Study - August 2009" (PDF), Twitter Study Reveals Interesting Results About Usage, San Antonio, Texas: Pear Analytics.
  • 9. Personal privacy
    “When using any of our Services you consent to the collection, transfer, manipulation, storage, disclosure and other uses of your information as described in this Privacy Policy.”
    By default, everything is broadcast to the world
    Twitter uses Google Analytics
    Everyone can see, where you are
    Your information may be sold in case ofbankruptcy
    Twitter has rights on your Tweets
  • 10. How to protect your privacy
    Deny email updates
    Do not provide connections to Facebook
    Protect your updates
    Do not use mobile connections
    Use your mind, especially while twittering
  • 11. Twittercommands
    Tweet
    Follower/Following
    ReTweet
    Reply
    DirectMessage
    Lists
    #Hashtag
  • 12. Extend Twitter
    Short-URL
    TwitPic
    Audioboo
    Twtpoll
    FriendOrFollow
  • 13. How Twitter has an effect on our daily business
    People feel connected
    Get informed about real-time events
    Filter information
    Inform others
    Get feedback
    Learn to shrink information
    Influence in elections
  • 14. Thankyouforyourattention!
  • 15. Sources
    Content
    http://twitter.com
    http://help.twitter.com/forums/10711/entries/13920
    http://websearch.about.com/od/blogsforumssocialsites/qt/twitter.htm
    http://www.blog.datenwachschutz.de/2009/02/was-ist-twitter-eine-verstandliche-anleitung/
    http://www.blog.datenwachschutz.de/2009/02/bloggst-du-noch-oder-twitterst-du-schon/
    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter
    http://webtrends.about.com/od/socialnetworking/a/what-is-twitter.htm
    http://mashable.com/2009/02/02/what-is-twitters-vision/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter
    http://600series.net/infoshot/?paged=2
    http://gigaom.com/2009/02/01/a-brief-history-of-twitter/
    http://www.doshdosh.com/ways-you-can-use-twitter/
    http://news.cnet.com/newbies-guide-to-twitter/
    Images
    http://www.inqbation.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/twitter-bird-3.png
    http://www.die-zauberer.de/files/twitter_logo.png
    http://www.twitterbacksnow.com/images/outdoors/clouds.jpg
    http://www.manolith.com/2009/06/21/the-story-so-far-of-twitter/