Twitter Soup for the Soul is a 122-page mashup of original photos and Twitter posts and an exercise in online transparency. The e-book is $9.97 -- half the author's proceeds will be dontated to CARE through theWeb Women Giving Circle. Frances Flynn Thorsen is a Twitterholic, blogger, journalist, blog coach, and author who writes about real estate, social media, law of attraction, and prickly pear cactus jelly. This is not a tutorial about how to use Twitter for microblogging ...
Twitter is described as a microblogging platform.Twitterers use the tool to push product, build brand awareness, instant message their friends, acknowledge and share links about trends and events and their most personal moments.
Twitter is a mashup of brilliance, idiocy, art, confusion, hyperbole, and prayer in 140-character-or-less sound bytes.
I think Twitter is even more ... Twitter is a reflection of the human soul. I've been Twittering since Sept. 8, 2007. Everything you need to know about me is contained in a bank of content there within a growing stream of some 1,749 140-character-or-less posts. My Twitter address is
I conducted a Webinar for RealTown bloggers recently ... you can insert the words "Typepad Blogs" for "RealTown Blogs" and use the same formula ... in fact, you can insert "Wordpress Blog" or "ActiveRain Blog" or any other real estate related blog with the same results!
Social media coach Frances Flynn Thorsen walks through Animoto, an exciting new tool that creates musical videos easily at low cost, creating a WOW! landing page for spotlight ads at Trulia and other media.
Successful blogging marries cyber technology and the technology of human beingness. Blog Coach Frances Flynn Thorsen shows how to use a blog to attract your ideal client, how to use "attractive" language, and how to share the best part of you online.
This blog has worn the same skin since January, 2005 (shown at right). The Blog Roll links have been removed; the next step will be to update a Blog Roll that is consistent with my evolution as a blogger. I've changed the color from blue to green, with an eye to increased financial abundance ;-)
I love the larger headlines and the ease with which I can make these changes.
The built-in widgets here at Typepad make it easy to install web analytics with a single click in a check box! I LOVE it!