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" Date: 30.06.2014 e-growers make the world a smaller place.. Brendan's advice to other users: identify yourself with your real name and photo, and avoid engaging with anonymous users; the 140-character limit can distort tone so consider how a tweet may be perceived; you cannot take back a Tweet once it has been posted, so comment on issues you understand; and set up alerts on your smartphone to monitor if you are mentioned in tweets... Mae's Twitter advice to growers is: remember which country a tweet originates from (for example, if a US grain trader tweets 'Wheat sales one million', that means one million bushels, not tonnes); understand abbreviations used to condense messages (for example, in futures contract codes, 'WZ' means 'wheat, December'); and use an app such as TweetDeck to organise your Twitter feed and monitor topics by hashtag, such as #USDA and #harvest2013...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
" Date: 30.06.2014 e-growers make the world a smaller place.. Brendan's advice to other users: identify yourself with your real name and photo, and avoid engaging with anonymous users; the 140-character limit can distort tone so consider how a tweet may be perceived; you cannot take back a Tweet once it has been posted, so comment on issues you understand; and set up alerts on your smartphone to monitor if you are mentioned in tweets... Mae's Twitter advice to growers is: remember which country a tweet originates from (for example, if a US grain trader tweets 'Wheat sales one million', that means one million bushels, not tonnes); understand abbreviations used to condense messages (for example, in futures contract codes, 'WZ' means 'wheat, December'); and use an app such as TweetDeck to organise your Twitter feed and monitor topics by hashtag, such as #USDA and #harvest2013...
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