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Join us for a Twitter Party to talk about how you can save time and money by one-stop local deal shopping on your iPhone or Android with Bing mobile deals. What: #BingMobileDeals Twitter Party When: Monday, April 18, 2011 from 3:00-4:00PM EST Why: Talk about how you can save time and money by one-stop local deal shopping on your iPhone or Android with Bing mobile deals Hashtag: #BingMobileDeals Hosts: @MomCentral Co-Hosts: @DadCentral, @kouponkaren, @keralita13 Bing Attendees: @Dilloosional and @lisagurry Prizes: Six people will win $50 gift codes
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Join us for a Twitter Party to talk about how Welch’s 100% Grape juice made with Concord grapes can be part of your family’s heart healthy lifestyle this Mother’s Day and beyond! What: #WelchsGrape Twitter Party When: Tuesday, April 19, 2011 from 3:00-4:00PM EST Why: Talk about Mother’s Day and how Moms can help their families live a heart healthy lifestyle with Welch’s 100% Grape juice made with Concord Grapes and the Welch’s Family Vine Tool. Hashtag: #WelchsGrape Hosts: @MomCentral Co-Hosts: @DadCentral, @lisasamples, @angievinez, @rockinmama, @clueless_mama
untweeps
Have you noticed that you’re following people you haven’t heard from in awhile – like all those people who are tweeting as Mad Men characters? Well, UnTweeps is a Twitter application that lets you unfollow those dead accounts. This free service has you log in via Twitter, which will then bring you back to the UnTweeps site. After you enter the number of days in the past you want to check (the minimum is 15), click on the “Check stale tweets” button. For example, if you enter 30, then anyone who hasn't updated their tweeted in the last 30 days will show up on your list. All of the stale Twitter users are automatically check marked as ones you want to unfollow. If you don’t want to unfollow them, just un-check mark them. When you’re ready to clean up your account, click the "Unfollow Selected Tweeps" button. UnTweeps sends the list to the Twitter API, which does the actual unfollowing. There is a lag time, so have patience if the users you just unfollowed still show up in your Twitter follow list.
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Last week I posted about cleaning up your online presence and brand. Now that we’ve tackled that job, how about cleaning up your Twitter feed? (And you thought I was going to write about using profanity on Twitter, silly you! Go ahead and swear like a sailor on there if you want. Knock yourself out.) Seriously though, do you ever notice that you haven’t heard from some of the people you follow for weeks or months? Maybe you see someone in your timeline and wonder why the heck you’re following them. Or it could be that you don’t want to follow someone who isn’t following you. So how do you to clean up your Twitter feed? Get out the mops and pails FriendorFollow.com – Just type in your user name (no password needed) to find out who you’re following that’s not following you back – or who's following you that you're not following back.
Tying it all in This is where I bring out the big disclaimer that states, “do as I say and not as I do.” True confession time – my blogging brand is a mess. All my blogs look different from my Twitter background. I’m “readablefeast” at CafeMom and “mamacooks” at FoodBuzz. My business is The Write Spot, LLC, but I’m amnichols most places unless you know me as mamarant at BlogHer.com. Ugh! That’s what happens when you start blogging years before anyone thought about branding and trying to fit multiple blogs in one brand. However, I have some ideas about how to clean up my blogging brand and online presence: