So you have heard all the buzz about Twitter and other social media companies (there are many!!!) but you just haven't found a reason to jump in yet. You are not alone. Even though Twitter seems to be omnipresent among the sub-30 demographic, there remain many who have yet to jump into the social conversation.
Not to worry. All is not lost. There is no such thing as being late to the game. The conversation starts when you join. Just as you would have no hesitation in joining in with friends talking about a topic of interest, the same goes for Twitter. The conversation starts when YOU join. There is no concern for what came before. With that said, IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO PARTICIPATE!!!
iMove has some Twitter pros and we are here to share our tips. Join Twitter and give us a follow and we will be pleased to welcome you to our conversation and to throw out a few helpful hints as well.
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