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When it comes to social media etiquette and the Twitterverse, there are some things you should and shouldn’t do.
If you haven’t quite mastered Twitter and communicating online, you’ll want to before your lack of familiarity with the platform lands you in hot water.[bctt tweet=”Don’t look like a fool on #Twitter – learn the do’s & don’ts! ” username=”TurnUptheSEM”]
It can be hard to stay up-to-date with best practices in Twitter, though, with changes being rolled out regularly. Most recently, a source close to Twitter said that the platform would no longer count links and images as part of its 140-character limit, freeing up space for longer messages.
So how can you be sure you’re tweeting right? Check out our dos and don’ts to make sure you’re on the right track.
With over 100 million internet users already on Twitter and 1 million new users signing up to the social network every day, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that your business needs to jump on the twitterwagon. So, you create your account, you’re excited to make your first official “tweet”, and then you sit there staring at the screen. What do you do now? At Turn the Page, we have created this handy dandy social media marketing infographic to help you out. Just follow the twitter tips below, share them with your friends and you’ll be on your way to Twitter stardom in no time.