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You Are What You Tweet: Harness the Power of Twitter to Create a Happier,…

by Germany Kent

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In today's world, sometimes those whose voices are the loudest in social media are equated to being the most valid or most powerful--but it's not always the case. The truth is there are many people who abuse all the advantages and positive impact that social media can bring into their lives.

You Are What You Tweet by Germany Kent not only takes a deeper look at how to harness and optimize the power of social media, especially Twitter, but also how you can discover you own niche and really know your voice and just how much that could affect your life.

You Are What You Tweet may be a little cheeky for a pun, but it does ring true today more than ever. We are at a point in history where it is crucial for us to share whatever trivial or major incident that happens in our lives online. But it's time that we learn how to step it up further and create a meaningful, and positive impact not only to our lives but also other people's.

This book is a gem in that it does exactly just that. Not exactly driven by monetary benefits, You Are What You Tweet focus more on how to gain control on your social media presence and become a positive force in the online community. ( )
  VictoriaLucas | Jun 23, 2015 |
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