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Generously retweet from fellow researchers and aficionados of ancient Greece and watch what happens!

19 Oct

This post from my teacher Richard Vallance includes my thanks also to my Twitter friends.

Minoan Linear A, Linear B, Knossos & Mycenae

Generously retweet from fellow researchers and aficionados of ancient Greece and watch what happens! Click to ENLARGE:

retweetThanks to timely assistance from my colleague and fellow Linear B researcher, Rita Roberts in Herakleion, Crete, right next door to Knossos, who showed me how to insert photos, charts and translations of Linear B tablets, I was suddenly able to increase the number of photos etc. on my Twitter account:

RichardVallanceTwitterfrom only 13 to 115 illustrations in just 3 days! This finally gave me the confidence to start retweeting similar tweets from fellow researchers into ancient Greece, ancient Greek and the ancient world in general, and even to post those illustrations of mine which I was quite sure would appeal to each person I retweeted, as well as favoriting their tweets. The result has been nothing short of astonishing! Suddenly, the number of my followers jumped from 620 to 668 in…

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Posted by on October 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “Generously retweet from fellow researchers and aficionados of ancient Greece and watch what happens!

  1. vallance22

    October 20, 2014 at 7:51 am

    Thanks, Rita! You should try this too! You go to another twitter account you think you might like, post one of your lovely photos there, FOLLOW them,, FAV their tweet, and ask them to follow you. 50% will!

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