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What People Are Saying

“You can easily draw from it the pieces you need today, and then return to it again and again when you find your Twitter interactions in need of some recharging.”

- Bret Wortman, Bret Wortman.com

“Great resource and an excellent overview of Twitter. It may become the first thing I hand to someone when they ask, ‘How do I start, um, twittering?’”

- Tim Milburn, Tim Milburn: Developing Lifelong Leaders

“31 Days of Twitter Tips is hands-down the best guidebook for learning Twitter.”

- Elizabeth Johnson, DogFur and Dandelions

“I downloaded your book [...] and love it. I’ve been on Twitter for a few months now but became really active in July so the challenge is timely.”

Vatsala Shukla, Karmic Ally Coaching

“Whether you are new to Twitter or have been on Twitter for a good amount of time, Robinson’s book offers 31 ways to help you think about what your purpose for being on Twitter really is.”

- Jimmy Prouix, Faithpoint Community Church

“Professionally written by someone who has been there, done that and learned from it, 31 Days of Twitter Tips is a great resource to making the most of Twitter.”

- Lisa Rosendahl, LisaRosendahl.com

“It’s packed full of good tips – I’m learning a lot!”

- Andrea Buczynski, @AndreaBuczynski

“Her writing is [...] perfect for the structure of the book – concise and clear and very motivating. I appreciated her emphasis on using Twitter even if you have minimal time.”

- Sheila, Seasoned Joy

“I do feel like my twitter time each day has become more meaningful. Rather than just wading through gobs of info, it is more purposeful. I have connected with people. Twitter has become more personal. More of a relationship.”

-  Bernadette V., BarefootHippieGirl

“If you’re looking to spend less time on Twitter but getting more from it, then this is the book for you.  I would definitely recommend  getting a copy of this and working through it.”

- Jo Harrison, Writers Block Admin Services