What Is Wrong With Twitter is the completely new sequel to the Amazon Bestseller, Twitter Surviving Change...a quick-read handbook packed with solid information on the New Twitter (released July 2019). The author introduces you to the new desktop interface with tweaks that make navigation faster; you will also learn how your Settings and Privacy options have changed, how to check them and make informed choices for your data sharing, and why you should do this first on Twitter.
If something seems "wrong" with your Twitter stream, check our guides for easy to follow (and understand) directions on finding a solution and making the most of your platform experience. We continue seeing issues reported on back in 2018, occurring now in Spring 2020...
This compact guide also includes important information on Twitter's new Rules (pronounced by the company as "human readable" this time), how to find and join "healthy conversations", steps to take if "something seems to be wrong" with your account or your platform experience in general, in addition to strategies and tactics for writers planning to sell their books on their streams, for promoters of products who can easily run afoul of the new spam rules (this time the Rules include examples, a tremendous improvement!).
Twitter's expanded Analytics are also covered, always a great -- and still "free" -- source of information to gauge a tweet's effectiveness (or not) on the platform; these can quickly become indispensable to businesses operating on Twitter. We were excited to find the addition of video analytics, which seems to be gaining in popularity across Twitter.
There is also information included on the new issues facing international businesses on the platform as a result of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the European Union Copyright Directive (EUCD). Resources for further reading on social media issues are appended.
What Is Wrong With Twitter is for anyone on Twitter, if you've been there an hour or a decade like ourselves...The book is easily readable, crafted for the non-techie, not cluttered with impossible-to-understand jargon; explanations and references are also included to reinforce understanding.
Twitter is a massive, evolving platform with so many diverse avenues to explore; it's not unexpected to run across issues in your account. Instead of giving up in frustration (as we once did many years ago), let this book guide you towards locating an answer to a problem as quickly as possible and getting back on track.
"What Is Wrong With Twitter is a must read for anyone attempting to navigate through the minefields and psychological warfare on social media today!" Rhonda Lord, Former Actor and Twitterphobe
"This book covers everything I’ve been curious about regarding Twitter’s success and effectiveness of sparking a global phenomenon on how information is shared and spread. If you’re interested in learning more about the evolving interface of Twitter today, the algorithms it utilizes, the data analytics, to how you as a Twitter user can optimize your tweets and feed--this is the book and only one that covers all of that and more." Amazon Reviewer
"...A wealth of valuable insights into the world of New Twitter, its rules, your privacy and how to make the best of it. A must-read for any and all regular Twitter users." Goodreads Reviewer
This novel of a young lesbian addict in ’90s NYC “recalls Naked Lunch” with “dreamy, impressionistic, and rapturous” prose—“an ecstatic love story” (Publishers Weekly). Written in the brash, fervent voice of the young and addicted, this debut novel from underground superstar Laurie Weeks “is a short tome of infinitesimal reach, a tiny star to light the land” (Eileen Myles). Strung out on dope and unrequited love for her straight best friend, Jane, the novel’s unnamed narrator zig-zags between glimpses of her childhood and early teens to the raw, super-caffeinated world of her present on the streets of New York. Chosen by Dave Eggers as Best American Nonrequired Reading and a winner of the 2012 Lambda Literary Awards, this novel encapsulates the soaring highs and gritty lows of the junkie and the reckless intensity of love. “The book’s pulse is evident on every page.” (Lambda Literary) “Zipper Mouth is a brilliant rabbit hole of pitch-black hilarity, undead obsession, the horror of the everyday, and drug, drugs, drugs.” —Michelle Tea, co-founder of SisterSpit
The Wit and Humor of America is a 10 volume series. In this, the seventh volume, 43 short stories and poems have been gathered from 35 authors. This volume is sure to delight listeners. (Summary by Linette Geisel)
When you are an inoffensive retired librarian with bitter personal experience of Evil Talking Cats, do you rescue a kitten from the cold on a December night? Do you follow up news items about cats digging in graveyards? Do you inquire into long-ago cats who voyaged around the world with Captain Cook? Well, yes. If you are Alec Charlesworth, that is precisely what you do—with unexpected and terrifying consequences.
Over one hundred years since it was first published Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow addresses subjects which are still relevant today – perhaps more so! Being hard up, being in the blues and being in love are just some aspects of the human condition on which Jerome K. Jerome reflects in his unique whimsical fashion. These insights are not given for the benefit of our education however, for as he says in his introduction, “This book would not elevate a cow. I cannot consciously recommend it for any useful purpose whatsoever. All I can suggest is, that when you get tired of reading ‘the best hundred books’ you may take this up for half an hour. It will be a change!”
Dennis Miller examines the current state of our Union. From the blunders of President Obama’s healthcare initiative, to our wild efforts to save the planet, his take on today’s America is both hysterical and painfully right on target.
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