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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

This research aimed to use the Twitter Website in order to boost up the sales of Dankwian products, which would result in the self-sustaining local community according to The King of Thailand’s philosophy of sufficiency economy. The result showed that the Twitter Website was one of the channels which could best promote long-lasting self-sustainability according to        the king’s philosophy. The distributors have learned from the samplings how to publicize various information on    the Twitter website and thus can expand Dankwian       eco-tourism in international markets .

Keywords :

:The Twitter Website, Teaching English for Communication, King Bhumibhol’s Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy

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