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PARIS — It may be gauche, but Guy Kawasaki tweets the same tweet four times a day and thinks you should, too.
Sending out the same tweet multiple times simply ensures that your message is more likely to be received, even if it ruffles feathers, he said at the LeWeb conference here.
“You will piss some people off from this, I grant you that,” said Kawasaki, the consultant, investor, and former Apple evangelist said. “But on social media, if you’re not pissing people off, you’re problably not using it hard enough.”
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