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Between my nine Twitter accounts (don’t ask – I rarely even visit the site) I’m made aware of some ingenious uses of the platform – none more so than @tweetamanchestercab, which started following @rainycitystories yesterday:

Tweet a Manchester cabWe are a collective group of cab companies operating in Manchester United Kingdom. Follower our group and next time you need a cab tweet us

What a great little idea. If I didn’t live on Europe’s busiest bus route I’d be tempted to try it out.

Has anyone else spotted any fun or innovative Twittering in Manchester?

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Tweeting for a cab seems fraught with potential problems! I admire their use of Twitter as a PR tool, but to actually use it to hire a cab?! Not sure about how efficient that would be..

Has anyone had any sucess with twitter yet as a PR tool? Great site by the way guys.

Yes, it’s been good for us. We’ve had a website listed on Guardian’s Web of the Day – alerted to Comment is Free via Twitter. And many other more subtle but certainly really useful reasons to use it for generating good PR

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