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February 15, 2009

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Mario Mendoza

Nice article. I use Twitter for my music marketing campaign and have found all your tips very realistic. I initially had a vague description for my profile. Once I became more descriptive on what I actually do, I noticed more followers wanting to add on. It sounds very simplistic, but it works. You don't want to come off as a spammer looking to just add people and bombard them with messages that aren't relevant.

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