Recruitmentjob Tweet Book – the first year

I’m a big fan of Twitter because this social platform has brought so many interesting things. In particular, the many applications based on this social platform, makes a very userfriendly and valuable social platform. I recently found a great Twitter gadget; Tweetbook.

It will let you create a diary of your own Twitter account in PDF-format that contains all tweets ranked by date (ascending). As an example I used our Twitter account @recruitmentjob. The result of the Tweetbook tool is 130 pages with 3400 short messages and references to the source. The product of one year micro-blogging. What a great tool! Now I hear you thinking: “Why do I want a (Recruitmentjob) Tweetbook?

Well, did you ever want to find a particular tweet? If you wanted to browse to the first Tweet on @recruitmentjob on, you’ll need to click the ‘More‘ button 170 times. Also, to my big frustration, searching via for a Tweet often doesn’t bring the desired result. Searching or browsing via such a reference book becomes very useful. And there are surely more fun and creative applications for this tool.

Here you can browse or download the Recruitmentjob Tweet Book:

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© 2010 Jacco Valkenburg

About Jacco Valkenburg

Jacco Valkenburg is an international recruitment expert, trainer and author (5 books). He has more than 20 years experience in global recruitment strategies and execution spanning numerous countries for leading companies. As founder of Recruiter University and Recruit2 he provides companies with recruitment training and consultancy. His mission is helping companies ‘from good to great staffing’.

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