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Why Planners Should be on Twitter Today

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Anthony and I had a great time at the National American Planning Association conference talking to planners about why more and more planning projects are using Twitter as a public involvement tool. Twitter use at the APA conference was phenomenal with over 1,000 tweets using the conference hashtag #apa2010!

To get more information, check out http://www.cubitplanning.com/blog/2010/04/twitter-use-by-planners-at-the-apa-2010-conference

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Why Planners Should be on Twitter Today

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  8. 8. Have Twitter Questions? CUBIT – April 5, 2010 @cubitplanning @Ryan_Link @antm volunteers are here to help!
  9. 9. Why You Should Be on Twitter Today CUBIT – April 5, 2010 @gosner George Osner, AICP resilient/sustainable urban planner extraordinaire @DonMeltz Don Meltz Small town rural & regional planner get ideas from other planners
  10. 10. Why You Should Be on Twitter Today CUBIT – April 5, 2010 @TahoeBikePlan http://twitter.com/TahoeBikePlan public involvement for bike plans

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