If you’re new to Twitter, it’s a “microblogging” tool that allows users to post 140 character updates on pretty much anything they like, whilst other users can “follow” them. The Times Money list gives you some key personal finance bloggers and sites to follow, but of course there are millions of other Twitterers out there.
Twitter is a real-time information network powered by people all around the world that lets you share and discover what’s happening now.
It can be used to tell you when your favourite site has updated or to view links to interesting sites, but is most useful when it is used as a 2-way communication tool.
Some of the biggest brands are now on Twitter (although we’re a little disappointed about the number of banks on there so far), and it can often be a good way to get a customer service problem answered or to provide feedback on a product or service.
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