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And as I followed her link to her twitter profile, there it was, jackpot! She had just tweeted a couple hours ago!
What’s amazing is that I was the first one the see.
Her first tweet since deportation is actually a quote by John Stuart Mill, a 19th century British philosopher and civil servant:
” There are many truths of which the full meaning cannot be realized until personal experience has brought it home.”
I have to say, it’s pretty deep. We’ll probably learn a little more about her, the circumstances, and “her truths” if she continues to reflect and share through twitter, which is something probably thousands are looking forward to.
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Here’s an interview of Anna Chapman from February 2010 at a business conference in New York as appeared on CNN:
By the way, what do you think?
She’s pretty photogenic and pretty comfortable with the camera, isn’t she? We now have a new Mata Hari (of 21st Century)!
Who do you think will play Anna in a movie?
Femme Fatale -(pronounced /ˌfɛm fəˈtæl/ or /ˌfɛm fəˈtɑːl/; French: [fam faˈtal], with all [a]’s) - An alluring and seductive woman whose charms ensnare her lovers in bonds of irresistible desire, often leading them into compromising, dangerous, and deadly situations.
It’s OK to set up tweets to roll out while you’re away from your desk, but think long and hard before you automate an entire feed to stream into your Twitter account. Users can smell a bot from miles away, and the point of Twitter is to be personally engaging more than blatantly promotional. Also, this might go without saying for the tech-savvy marketers among us, but don’t automatically DM new followers; it’s seen as spam. And never DM someone your account doesn’t also follow.
5. Don’t Leave Air in the Conversation
6. Don’t Overtweet
7. Do Shout Out to Users Who Mention You
8. Do Monitor Keywords and Competitors
9. Do Make an Informative Profile
10. Do Fish Where the Fish Are
Whether you are new to twitter or have been a “twitterer” a while, this advice goes for pretty much anybody on twitter —beyond just the brands… You can read the original article here.
By the way, you can connect with me on twitter: @KyEkinci
At age 14, I became the founder and the publisher of a satire-magazine. We only published a single issue but to this day it's highly talked about. :)
I co-founded my first legit company at age 20 with a college-mate. Our first project almost put us out of business. Our second project literally put us out of business.
Fresh out of college, I spent many sleepless nights coding applications in Basic computer language. At that time I thought the telex machine was as cool and exciting of a device as computers. I still kinda think that.
For the next twenty years I worked jobs that helped me develop as a management professional and helped me travel the world.
Today, I'm a Consultant, an Entrepreneur, and a Co-Founder of Office Divvy and Palm Coast Media Online. Still a World Traveler, and the more I travel the more I realize there is to see.
You ask, "so, what are these posts?" They are odds and ends, documenting what otherwise would be just another day.