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Sunday Chatter – 3/8

March 8th, 2009 posted by · 2 Comments

TweetLater’s New Affiliate Program

I’ve posted about TweetLater numerous times… it’s the free tool that lets you customize your Twitter experience with auto messages and schedule future tweets etc. They’ve now launched a professional edition, which is $19.97 per month and lets users manage all of their Twitter accounts in one central console, as well as give them the ability to implement RSS feeds, similar to TwitterFeed. I’m not sure it’s worth the price, but affiliates looking to promote this will be happy to know you earn 40% on monthly recurring commissions and 5% on 2-tier commissions.

Need Something? Offering Something?

There’s a new site called twtmarket, which is promoting certain hashtags for use on Twitter. Hashtags are short pieces of text following the # symbol to sort out certain topics for easier finding on Twitter Search. The site urges users to use #need if you’re looking for something, i.e. a job, or product and #offer if you have something of value up for grabs.

Fired Over Facebook Status?

Ever hear something as crazy as this before? A teenager in the United Kingdom was fired for reportedly mentioning in her Facebook status that she was bored at work. Unbelievable! What was her creepy boss doing looking at her profile in the first place?

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2 Comments so far
  1. PerfectMoney Share Idea MyAvatars 0.2

    I stumbled upon the Video and I found what a unreasonable reason to fired such a Gorgeous girl like this.More over it just a simple expression of a teenager who sometimes Got bored not because “the work it self”perhaps the work environment need to be changed a bit ,ifit is critique .Oh please it just critique,it wont harm the company anyway

  2. MLDina MyAvatars 0.2

    I’ve heard of several instances where interacting on social networks got people in trouble at work. We’re lucky enough to have positions that require us to use social sites!