The Most Useful Articles about How to Use Twitter
As Twitter grows and develops, so does the need to understand how to use Twitter as an effective marketing tool. Companies and individuals that still have confusion with understanding hashtags, obtaining followers or how to remove annoying followers, should check out this list of the top Twitter articles:
- Best Twitter Articles of 2010 – Bloggodown.com gives an exhaustive list of everything you want to know about Twitter.
- How to Find Hashtags on Twitter – This article explain hashtags and joining conversations on Twitter. Hashtags are a popular way to start up a conversation about a specific topic within Twitter. By putting the # sign before a subject, it creates a conversation that others can join.
- The Ultimate Guide to Getting Twitter Followers – Dave Larson from Tweetsmarter.com explains the 6 ways to get Twitter followers including how to build a reputation, self-promotion, becoming a reciprocator, understanding automation, joining following groups, and avoiding spamming.
- Deciphering Twitter: Twictionary Terms can be Very Intwesting – As Twitter grows in popularity, so does the number of terms that are associated with the site. Check out some of the most popularly used Twitter terms.
- How to Block People on Twitter – One big difference between being on Twitter as compared to being on Facebook is that people can follow you without your consent. That may lead to some situations that you find to be bothersome, including unsolicited contact or having to sift through a bombardment of tweets on your homepage.
According to AssociatedContent.com you can block people on Twitter by:
- “Log into your Twitter account using your unique username and password. If you use a public computer, do not forget to mark the ‘Do not remember me on this computer option’ to protect your personal info.
- If the user you wish to block is already following you, go to your ‘Followers’ list. Browse among your connections and click on the personal profile of the unwanted contact. Alternatively, just type the person’s Twitter name on the search box and click on enter.
- While on the person’s profile, you will see a gear icon on the top center of the screen (next to the ‘Message’ box). Once you click on it, a drop-down menu will reveal the options ‘Mention,’ ‘Block,’ or ‘Report for spam.’
- Click on ‘Block’ and you have successfully blocked the spammer. Moreover, a box ‘Blocked’ with a red line will appear on the user’s profile replacing the ‘Following’ box.
What happens later if you decide you blocked someone that you would rather not block? Check out how to unblock Twitter followers.
- The Top 100 Most Followed on Twitter – Lady Gaga, Justin Beiber and President Obama are usually pretty high on this list.
- Quality vs. Quantity on Twitter – LameTwitterMarketing.com explains why it is important to have quality over quantity when marketing on Twitter.
- Tune into a Hashtag (twitter.com)
- Inspired by One Tweet
- Twitter and Redirection
- Is Twitter Keeping you out of College
- Google and Facebook Looking at Twitter
- Twitter’s Mission Statement