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Using Twitter to inspire you

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15:32 PM | 16 March 2011

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Millions of companies’ organisations and people are competing for our attention and despite advertising going unnoticed by 89% of our eyes; it is an £18Billion industry in the UK.

We live in the most distracting environment ever known, so much so our daily use of mobiles, computers and television is unavoidable. Millions of companies’ organisations and people are competing for our attention and despite advertising going unnoticed by 89% of our eyes; it is an £18Billion industry in the UK. The digital age has greatly increased the potential to access anything, anywhere. But are too many options affecting our decision making?

The growing power of online conversation in blogs, forums and popular sites is useful and informative, but I believe Twitter is the only service that truly offers information that caters for each individual’s personal needs.

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