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The Twitter Job Search Guide by Susan Britton Whitcomb, Chandlee Bryan, Deb Dib

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CHAPTER 24

TWITTER NETWORKING: A SAFE SPACE FORINTROVERTS; A PARTY FOR EXTROVERTS

Featured contributors: Kim Batson (@CIO_Coach), August Cohen (@Resume_ Writer), and Wendy Gelberg (@WendyGelberg)

“You can’t stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.”

—Winnie the Pooh

We like Twitter because it is the great equalizer: satisfying and effective for introverts, extroverts, and ambiverts. In simple terms, introverts get their energy from within and extroverts get their energy from people. Ambiverts enjoy social interaction but also relish some time alone. Statistics say that the latter describes most of us.

If you’re an introvert, says Wendy Gelberg, author of The Successful Introvert: How ...

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