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Follow the instructions.
Have a blast with a much easier way to organize, sort, and build twitter lists with your twitter followers!
P.S. A HUGE THANKS! goes out to mhawksey for creating this app! Thank you very much mhawksey! YOU ROCK!!!
app Created by mhawksey.
Original URL replaced by updated URL (first URL in post): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AqGkLMU9sHmLdFl6bUh0WXJKUXRKWGt5bGxtMHlCZkE&hl=en_GB#gid=25
If you can’t export enough twitter followers with the original code from above, go here:
Follow the instructions.]
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July 22, 2012 | Categories: developer, developers, follower management tool, Google Spread Sheets, Social Media, twitter, twitter api, twitter tools | Tags: api, blogging, developer, developers, export followers, follower management, follower management tool, Google Spread Sheet, macro, macros, mashable, mhawksey, micro blogging, scripts, social media, social media tech, spread sheet, tech, tech ops, technical, twitter, twitter api, twitter tips, twitter tools | 2 Comments
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