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A few days ago, I had to put up with Winfried Felser calling me a “fake.” It was meant as a joke because I had told Winfried that some of my tweets are automatically generated from a blog and our public microblog. In a way, he is right. I really did up my Twitter game in October or November last year – first via Buffer and now Hootsuite. It’s been working really well so far. And I’ve always answered and responded personally and will continue to do so.
This is a guest post from Nicholas Muldoon (@njm) who spent 2.5 years coaching Product and Engineering Directors at Twitter in San Francisco. He is passionate about building effective companies and is turning his experience at Twitter into products companies can use to be more effective.