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50 tips for twitter in business



Helpful tips for your twitter account, in case if you are using it for business.

Helpful tips for your twitter account, in case if you are using it for business.



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  • Don’t just follow people. Retweet & favourite
  • Don’t believe articles on when you should post, analyze your audience View slide
  • Find people’s questions in your niche and answers them View slide
  • You can’t run Twitter successfully with an egg avatar
  • If you don’t chat with followers at least give them some value
  • If your Twitter account is personal you are free to avoid answering tweets that you don’t like
  • If you put yourself as a professional you’ll have to answer all messages
  • Reply to everything except spam if you run your company’s twitter account
  • Disconnect all twitter accounts on mobile when going to a party with alcohol
  • If you’re out of ideas of what to share look at your competitors
  • Don’t just sell. Share value and build relationships
  • Look at your profile and ask yourself if you would follow it
  • Look whether your URL is mentioned and act accordingly
  • Find people who you might enjoy following using keywords
  • Keep some space available in case you get retweeted
  • Mention your Twitter whenever there is a possibility
  • Consider sending thank you for every share or mention
  • Keep your text-only tweets quotable
  • Watch carefully for autocorrect
  • Don’t overuse hashtags
  • Check hashtags for popularity before tweeting
  • Participate in your industry’s Twitter chats
  • Use #followfriday and #ff but keep it relevant
  • Don’t shout at your followers using only capitals
  • Carefully check your facts & quotes before posting them
  • Twitter is visual so post relevant pictures and photos
  • Organize people that you follow using lists but make them private
  • Share your content repeatedly in order to cover all time zones
  • Ask people about themselves, retweet answers
  • Automated tweets, replies & DMs influence the quality of your audience very badly
  • You just can’t be good for all
  • Auto DMs are evil. Still some love the dark side
  • Sometimes you can use a favourite feature instead of ‘likes’ on Twitter
  • Don’t forget about keywords
  • Use software or apps to track clicks from your Twitter links
  • Twitter is a nice place to A/B test content
  • Don’t tweet about overshared news and things
  • Subscribe to Twitter’s official blog to stay current & alert
  • Join conversations and make sure it doesn’t look like you did it only for promotional goals
  • Twitter is social, not promotional
  • Tweet content that your audience will find relevant
  • Use abbreviations to keep it short and save some space
  • Put it in the end unless hashtag is part of the utterance
  • Twitter can be time consuming so try to leverage your efforts
  • Make sure your Twitter apps don’t post without your permission
  • Respect others’ copyright
  • Your account shouldn’t look like a fake. Enter your location and link to your website
  • Sexism or racism is a no-no for your business. So is abuse
  • Remember that Twitter is mobile centric
  • Don’t ride on tragic or irrelevant but popular hashtags