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  1. Kumud Singh
    Hi,
    Though I am pretty active on FB, I am passive at Twitter, probably because I could not comprehend its functionality well.It is just wonderful to see such a beautiful explantion here.
    BTW, now I would be following both you and Matthias.

    Thanks much.

    With Regards,
    Kumud Singh

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    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Hi Kumud

      Thanks for the kind words and twitter has a very unique learning curve. 

      It is interesting as I consider Facebook a place where I keep in touch with friends and twitter is more on the SAP and business side. I need to revisit this decision occasionally to ensure that makes sense.

      Is there an active SAP community on Facebook?

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      1. Kumud Singh
        You caught me.
        I am active on FB only to be in touch with my friends and publish any good article that I come across.
        would try becoming SAP active in FB as well and update back.

        With Regards,
        Kumud Singh

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    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Hi Michelle

      Thanks for the comment and you are very active in the SAP community being a mentor as well being an active contributer. I have no doubt you will quickly see the value in twitter once you have some time to spend on it.

      Best Regards,

      Jarret

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    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      A year ago I would have said “of course” but now it is part of my daily routine. Similar to if they took away my smart phone I would struggle for awhile 🙂
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  2. Alexander Churin
    I seem to notice that most Tweets are not relevant to me or my interests, even when I am careful in selecting who to follow.  I end up reading a lot of posts and click a lot of dead-end links without much benefit.  A lot of Tweets are re-posts of information that is already in my inbox.  People get carried away on Twitter thinking that they must have a large audience and need to entertain them. 

    I tend to lean towards LinkedIn and SDN for SAP knowledge, where the focus of the topic is rarely diluted.

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    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      I think that if you fine tune the list you are following you can get some great information especially compared to Linkedin. Check out if you are following the folks on this blog http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/cs/weblog/search/wlg%3fid_user=251739514 as if not I would recommend it as they add a lot of value.  I would also on a regular basis clean the list of folks you follow especially if they are providing dead links or limited value.

      On a side note, I think SDN has a wealth of information and should be a first stop if an SAP professional only has limited time.

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  3. Geetha Balakrishnan
    Hi Jarret,

    I totally agree with the thoughts you have in your blog. i am in Twitter for past 1.5 yrs and has been amazed by the tweets everyday from each sector of ppl tweeting abt the current events happening around the world. I as a tweet user & beginner in SAP is greatly benefited by the articles,blogs,white papers & very important,useful are webinars taking place on the current & latest topics in the SAP.This keeps me to learn on all new occurance of SAP and up to date on SAP cutting edge.Twitter has wealth of Informantion to provide from SAP Network professionals & experts for us young SAP aspirants.
    Thanks,BR,
    Geetha

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    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author
      Hi Geetha

      Thanks for the comment and great to see the value you find in twitter.

      I am always suprised with the amount of content but as well the networking capability of Twitter.

      If you want to follow me my twitter ID is @SAP_Jarret

      Thanks,

      Jarret

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  4. Abhisek Pradhan

    Hi jarret,

    I am following you and lots of SAP Mentors and Members in twitter from long time,reading each one of your tweets and blogs.

    Thought of Replying one of your thread. 

    My Twitter Id @abhisek_pradhan

    Regards,

    Abhi 🙂 .

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    1. Jarret Pazahanick Post author

      Hi Abhisek

      Thanks for the comment and great to see that you have been using twitter and curious if it is helping you in your SAP career?

      Thanks,

      Jarret

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