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A routine is definitely the way to go. You can use a scheduling app like Buffer or Hootsuite to time them out. Both offer analytics to show you what's working. You may also try posting during off-peak hours occasionally to hit different audiences. Spacing things out like that also lets you post the same content multiple times without looking strange, and making it visible to different people at different times. Happy posting!"
Happy to help you discover some new things to do with Twitter! As for local conversation, if you have a business, you can use keywords to connect with people. For example, if you have a restaurant, searching for nearby people saying they are "hungry" will give you the opportunity to start talking to them about what they're in the mood for. A spa could search for someone who needs a "pedicure" or is "stressed out" and needs to "relax." People tweet just about everything that comes to mind, so you can often find something relevant to start talking about. For your personal account, you could always look for people looking for something fun to do nearby, or asking for recommendations for the best spots around town. BOOM. You get to be the expert!"
Absolutely! A lot of the big names in technology are doing similar things, so you can look to Facebook and Google's office designs, Box, and even Fast Company has done some really cool stuff that encourages collaboration and an environment based around employees. For some great visual examples, check out this article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacquelynsmith/2013/03/08/10-cool-office-spaces/"
It's tough to pick a favorite, since they all incorporate really cool elements. Definitely seen this popping up around the world. Startups are hot all over, from the UK to Israel and other parts of Asia. Great to see innovation thriving, isn't it?"