So you’re on Twitter.
Maybe you joined just a few weeks ago. Maybe you’ve been active for years. But, no doubt, in what was relatively a short period of time, you started to form certain habits and behave to certain standards and norms that identified you as a type of Twitter user. And, very likely, you started to perceive and follow other Twitter folks based on which kind of user they were, too.
But who are these users? And what exactly makes them different from each other? This visual from The Myndset proposes 7 different types of Twitter account, with examples of each and reasons why you might (and might not) like to follow them.
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