Good news! Twitter is changing it’s 140 character limit in its struggle to retain its base of 310 million users.
It has been a couple of months since Twitter put an end to showing share counts. This means we have lost an easy way to gauge the success of our posts.
Choosing a Twitter name isn’t simply a matter of selecting the first name that pops into mind. In fact, this should be a careful decision.
Want to be a power Twitter user, and not just a twit? Then let’s stay away from the Twitter account unless you have something worthwhile to share.
If you’ve been on Twitter for any length of time, you probably fit into one of two schools of thought regarding social media automation.
Page Rank can be an important aspect of promoting through this social media site.
Keep these points in mind when you choose your own Twitter username and you’ll be off to a fantastic start!
As a social media network, Twitter is fairly flexible, but what you say and do there can affect your online reputation.
If you are using Twitter for business, there are specific things you need to do on your Twitter profile before you hit the road with it.