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Grace Dent. It is a great way to expand your network, knowledge, and interact with other like-minded people outside or inside your regular friendship or family circle.
Not at all. There is literally something for everyone on Twitter. Think of your favourite pasttimes or hobbies. Do you like to read?
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Find a book club or Twitter users that also love to read, or chat about books. Do you like to knit?
You name it, Twitter probably has it! This is a common misconception that this is all you can do on Twitter. The truth is, you can post whatever you want as long as it fits in characters.