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How to Tweet Intelligently, and Use Twitter

How to Tweet Intelligently, and Use Twitter

How to tweet intelligently

By now you know the possibilities of social media like YouTube, Facebook and especially Twitter to draw attention to a specific topic. Nothing is more important to you than your online image and branding. Although Twitter has largely left its etiquette to personal discretion and an open-source platform, I'm going into a common problem here. your tweets.

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Tweeting is about packing as much information as possible in just 140 characters, much like text messaging. That means you can easily bring your familiar short text capabilities to online messaging. It can build or break your followers. So watch what you twitter about and how it works. Remember to be yourself, and focus on delivering something of VALUE. Put intelligent thoughts into the kind of information you want in your tweets. Look for current topics that are conveniently displayed in the search box on the left of the sign up form, and the message text at the top center of your Twitter account. Focusing on these trending topics may give you the necessary attention or even more followers.

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Including hash tags & # 39; # & # 39; This way, you can easily make sure that your tweets are displayed in search queries. Take time to find out the popular # categories. My favorites usually deal with the latest trend themes, #quote and #nowplaying.

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Retweeting is by far the best way to tell others that you find their content / tweets interesting, and to build a relationship with them by engaging in their gratitude. Do not just tweet everything again. Only those who find you interesting, inspiring or worth the time of your followers.

Develop a healthy, smart strategy for Twitter. With discretion and common sense you will come far with a medium that is still in its infancy.

Yasser Khan

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