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Hey, nice to hear you speak and meet you this morning. You had a great turnout and overall I thought it was a good conference. Wish I could have stayed for the whole thing.


Hello Beth, I just wanted to thank you for a great presentation and for being part of pushing me into the pool of blogging. I had been thinking about starting one for quite sometime, and between your great works through online mediums and conversations during the conference I decided to take the plunge. Feel free to check out the beginnings at and thanks again!


I joined twitter when I was forced to follow other bloggers after commenting on their blogging posts. Interestingly, the response was phenomenal and I was not alone. Beth was able to use twitter to collaborate responses to discussions on a conference and other users on twitter. This activity can come at price though, when things go wrong. Ray Sims highlights the learning experience from the twittering that has enabled him to offer that knowledge for money.

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