Do’s and Don’ts to Not Do Well on Twitter

Do’s and Don’ts to Not Do Well on Twitter Avatar Posted by Sian Phillips under Social Media
From http://www.corpnet.com 460 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on January 16, 2013 1:44 pm
People make lots of mistakes when using Twitter, and if you’re not careful, you will too. Here are some Do’s and Don’ts to ensure you won’t gain followers on Twitter and you turn people off.


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Written by shaamblaze
459 days ago

Hi Sian,

I just normally tweet about my service and some interesting stuff which am crossing but never followed any rules,but after your post i found that am in cat on the wall thanks i need to find the best place to jump for landing on twitter



Written by lyceum
459 days ago

Sian: Just Do It! I started with Twitter in 2007. Thank for your great advice. I learned a new expression: "air dirty laundry"! ;)



Written by tcamba
459 days ago

I take people seriously who have a profile . I want to know the person behind the tweets and I want to know what they do. I prefer to engage with people who also add a real picture to their profile. Thank you for raising very important points !



Written by MarkT
460 days ago

Great post. Love how it gets directly to the point.



Written by GuideAndNews
460 days ago

I've been trying to be active on Twitter from last few months and trying to learn everything about Twitter. Thanks for sharing some of the do's and don'ts that we shouldn't do Sian.



Written by advertglobal
460 days ago

Great post, I have guilty in some of the mentioned post which I need to go and amend right away!.



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