Okay, so now it’s official: boring Tweets are boring and that’s a fact. Well, it is according to new research just out which has questioned loads of people about their favourite and most awful Tweets. So if you Tweet, listen up.

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Written by HeatherStone
713 days ago

Good advice. I try to inject humor into almost everything I do, however sometimes a client ham-strings that ability because they think it interferes with portraying a "professional" demeanor. Regardless, I still think humor adds a dimension that really grabs one's audience. Great post, Scott!



Written by denisefay
713 days ago

Thanks for article. I'm definitely going to be more humourous about my tweets. I use twitter to communicate, learn more and engaing with people.

As a business tool, Twitter is like anyother marketing communication method. You must set objectives and know what you want to achieve. This will help you decide what to post or what not to post.

Take care,

Denise



Written by Sian Phillips
713 days ago

For me Twitter is about engaging with people, sharing useful information and sometimes chatting about your day with others. Getting to know the person behind the business has worked well for me too. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



Written by ScottDudley
713 days ago

Yes I agree Sian. I find it a much better form of communication than Facebook, and unlike Facebook it has hardly changed its look since it first came out.



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