“Twitter for Business: Twitter for Friends” Explains How Twitter Is Changing Communications
Why is the whole world talking about Twitter? Mark Aaron Murnahan (Twitter @murnahan) answered many questions about Twitter each day, until the Twitter community asked him to write a book about it. The book reveals how Twitter can be more beneficial to users, and how it bridges gaps between generations, cultures, and media formats. Author is available for interview, via telephone or Skype. Call 1-866-293-2489 to schedule.
Topeka, Kansas – 1 October 2009: Twitter has created a communication style that cannot be denied. With millions of users “tweeting” the latest happenings, it is hard to call it a fad. After learning of a structure fire one hundred yards away from home that was reported on Twitter by a local television station, Murnahan was convinced that Twitter deserved a closer look.
It is easy to see that television, radio, and print media have found usefulness in Twitter, and Hollywood clearly loves “tweeting”. Last fall, presidential candidates rushed to the service, and during an outbreak of Swine Flu, the Centers for Disease Control used it to send and receive updates. All of this publicity leads many people to Twitter.com each day to find out what it is all about. Some of them are still left with a lot of questions on how it can be useful to them. The Twitter community generally tries to help others, but with the explosive growth of new users, the community can become overburdened.
“The simplicity of Twitter makes it very attractive. That same simplicity also leaves many people with questions of how it can be useful in their business and personal lives. I want to answer those questions.” –Mark Aaron Murnahan
“Twitter for Business: Twitter for Friends” is available on Amazon.com and is expected to be released in major retail outlets soon.
About the Author
Mark’s background in Internet technology reaches back to the mid-1990’s, and he is the CEO of YourNew.com, Inc . He has used Twitter to engage with thousands of people around the world. It has been a study in people, cultures, current events, friendship, business development, and public relations. With over 22,000 Twitter updates to-date, hundreds of thousands reading his “tweets”, and frequently topping the charts at third party user rating services, it is easy to see that this book was written by a true fan of Twitter.
For more information about “Twitter for Business: Twitter for Friends”, please visit contact Mark Aaron Murnahan toll free at 866-293-2489, Skype username “murnahan”, or by Twitter @murnahan.
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