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  1. Tammy Powlas
    I follow @gpmyers, @timoelliott, @dallasmarks for useful BusinessObjects tips

    I also periodically go to and put in some generic SAP searches to see who/what I should be following.

    However, I confess there are days I don’t do this at all. 

    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Thanks for the comment as well as your suggestion on individuals to follow.

      I have found that you have to build up slowly as when I first started I only followed 20 people and things seem to move to fast for me. In addition, it really depends on how often the people you are following “tweet” and at times when a few people you are following decide to have a conversation on twitter with other it gets interesting to say the least.

  2. Former Member
    Hi there,

    As you know I do follow you.

    I would like to point out the real value I get from SAP is the non SAP specific blogsites.

    Stuff like ERP tips has some great content.

    Following SAP guys is OK, but you tend to get the same articles passed around. The value add are the nice niche articles.

    Plus you can get a tweet from SCNblogs everytime there is a new SCN blog published. !!!

    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Hi Mark

      I enjoy following you on twitter as well as your SDN blogs.

      I couldnt agree more as where I have really found interesting information is more on the overall ERP industry (ERP Tips, Panorama, Industry Analysts etc)

      Thanks for the comment.


  3. John Kleeman
    I too find Twitter great for learning and keeping up to date with new developments. Recommend following @sprabu (the HCM product manager) who makes informative/inspiring tweets
  4. Former Member
    Good blog on twitter tips.

    If you are keen on analytics, epm, grc (whole business objects portfolio) – here are few who you should follow:

    @spoonen , @jbecher, @sapepm , @sapgrc , @businessobjects , @normanmarks , @timoelliot , and few others i( @muthurangnathan ) follow


  5. Papri Roychoudhury
    As usual, this blog by you is immensely useful, even for people who have been on the twitter for a while now. I actually went back to my account to include some of these valuable add-ons. Thank you!!


  6. Marssel Vila├ža
    I admit I’ve never been a fan of twitter at least before read some articules from you. It’s not only a twitter tips but a real SAP application in a great web tool.
    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Thanks for the kind words Marssel as you made my day. Social media has really helped my career (mostly around networking) and I think that more people overtime will start to see the value it can add.

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