So, you're a busy real estate agent. You have a great web site with IDX search capabilities. You start a blog and post some great local content. You create a Facebook page for your growing business, and keep your clients in the loop about hot new listings with frequent Tweets. And collaborate with business associates using LinkedIn. How in the world are you going to manage all of this great social networking?
Another phishing attack spreading across Twitter designed to steal login details and hijack accounts. A message asking “This you,” followed by a link to a bogus Twitter login page, have caused such a scare on the micro-blogging network that the phrase is currently a hot trending topic on the site.
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I have read so many articles on Twitter, some positive some not so. However you cannot dispute Twitter and micro-blogging have been running strong for quite a while. When you see NBC announce they are on Twitter and then put that on a prime time commercial you know people are noticing.
By now if you use Twitter you have seen the new Beta feature called Retweet. By now some of you might have seen this new icon on your Tweets and it works much like the normal reply but has a few key differences.
By now most of the Twitter users probably heard Twitter was hit with a potentially harmful virus. For those who did not see the posts around the net here is what basically happened.
Some of you may have heard of the Twitter Phishing issue on Twitter these last few days. For those new to this type of scam read on. What Is Phishing?