Apologies that it's taken a while (there's lot's of other stuff going on which I'll tell you about later), but in the meantime, here are 3 more nuggets for you.
This time, they are all to do with Twitter itself, specifically how to find people to follow and attract more followers of your own...
1. Promote your Twitter Profile on your blog or website.
If you want to build your network, you need to let people know they can be a part of it. The following link was posted on the official Twitter blog a couple of weeks back now. It leads to French blogger Vincent Abry's blog and a selection of wonderful little graphics or buttons you can add to your blog or website.
Check them out here: www.VincentAbry.com
2. Promote your Twitter Profile in your emails.
Another fantastic resource for promoting your Twitter profile - but this time in your emails... The cannily named www.TwitSig.com allows you to add a Twitter Signature to your emails which automatically updates itself to show your latest Tweet at the foot of your email, like this:
Sadly, as a Gmail user, I haven't figured out how to add this to my email - although I gather there's a way if you use the Mozilla Firefox browser. I'm using Flock these days, which is based on Firefox, so perhaps it's doable. I will let you know, but for those of you using other email engines...
Go grab your Twit Sig now: www.Twitsig.com
3. Finding New Twitterers to Follow.
Twitter can be a lonely place when you start out, particularly if your 'usual circles' are not yet Twittering. You've probably seen the Find People link at the top of your Twitter profile page. There used to be a keyword search function tab there too, but first it wasn't working and now its gone altogether. But, worry not, for there's an entirely different Twitter Search facility which (although experienced Twitterers almost certainly know about) many newbies have not yet discovered. Type anything into the search box, eg. a name, a keyword or phrase and see what (and who) comes up! I've been using it this morning to find Partners for www.DailyBread365.com.
Go forth and search: http://search.twitter.com