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The Do’s and Don’t’s of Twitter
February 17, 2016, 1:50 pm
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 Whoever said big things come in small packages was right when it comes to Twitter. Twitter’s tiny 140-character limit packs a small but mean punch. The website is practically the pioneer for social media websites keeping things ‘short and sweet.’ This reason is exactly why Twitter has gained so much popularity. Its short tweets allow users to get their point across quickly and read other peoples opinions without actually having to take time out of their day to do so. In a world where 140 characters goes such a long way, it is important to use those characters wisely.

 DO be active on Twitter. Keep up with posting, favoriting, and rewteeting. In order to stay relevant, it is important to make your presence known.

 DON’T tweet anything when you are not in the right state of mind. Whether you are under the influence or extremely emotional, remember that anything you post exists forever, so make sure you are not posting anything that you will regret.

 DO offer a descriptive bio of yourself. Users will most likely take into account what you are tweeting about if they know whom you are and what you do.

 DON’T tweet just for the sake of tweeting. If you are bored, don’t look to Twitter to fix it. Tweeting aimlessly without meaning may make people not want to listen to you and eventually unfollow you.

 DO make your profile public. In order to get yourself heard, you must keep your profile open to the public. Besides, if you are smart about what you are tweeting, why wouldn’t you want the public to see it?

 DON’T tweet offensive things. Tweets are public and can never be completely erased. Mad at your significant other or unhappy with your job? Save it. Don’t tweet out of anger.

 DO retweet and favorite tweets from your favorite celebrities or public figures that you admire. Who knows they may favorite one of your tweets one day!

 

 

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