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3 Foolproof Ways to Network on Twitter

3 Foolproof Ways to Network on Twitter

Want to make friends and influence people (on Twitter)? Here are three foolproof ways you can step up your networking game today.

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Hashtags 101: How to Create Your Own

Hashtags 101: How to Create Your Own

Many new Twitter users have a love/hate relationship with hashtags. Usually, when you start out on Twitter, you hate them – they’re confusing, overused, and they look funny. But as you become more comfortable with tweeting, you begin to realize that they are actually quite useful – they connect you to vast and varied communities you would otherwise never have discovered.

If you’re interested in creating your own hashtag, whether for your business, your personal brand or your celebrity fan club, this quick how-to guide will get you started.

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How to Get Influential People to Amplify Your Tweets

How to Get Influential People to Amplify Your Tweets

Wouldn’t it be nice to get your next tweet in front of 10,000 followers, as opposed to just your 100? If you’re able to harness the power of influencer marketing, that doesn’t have to be wishful thinking. Here’s how.

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know You Could Do With #Twitter Search

10 Things You Probably Didn't Know You Could Do With #Twitter Search

Twitter’s search tool is an incredibly powerful part of the system but it’s criminally underused. Indeed, many new users aren’t even aware that you can search on Twitter, and those that do often aren’t aware of the more advanced aspects of the feature.

It’s time to put that right. In this article we’ll look at 10 things you probably didn’t know you could do with Twitter search, with easy-to-follow, clickable examples so you can utilise these tips right away.

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3 Steps to Improve Your Writing on Twitter

3 Steps To Improving Your Writing On Twitter

Whether you studied English Literature for your four-year undergrad or you read the back of a cereal box this morning, if you’re on Twitter, you’re a writer. Here’s how to be better.

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The 7 Elements of an Optimized Twitter Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]

The 7 Elements of an Optimized Twitter Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter has revolutionised marketing for brands of all shapes and sizes across almost every industry around the globe – used intelligently, this deceptively simplistic microblogging platform can raise awareness of products and services, drive website footfall and generate leads.

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Why You Should do a Twitter Audit Today

Why You Should do a Twitter Audit Today

When was the last time you conducted a Twitter audit? If the answer is “never” (or not in recent memory), you should consider doing one today.

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5 Ways to Use Twitter That Don’t Involve Tweeting

5 Ways to Use Twitter That Don't Involve Tweeting

If the thought of sending your 140-character thoughts out into the world has you paralyzed, never fear: there are plenty of ways to use Twitter that don’t actually involve tweeting.

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Here’s How to See a List of Everyone You’ve Muted on Twitter

Here's How to See a List of Everyone You've Muted on Twitter

Twitter’s mute button, which started as an experiment before becoming a core feature, has revolutionised the way many people use the platform.

In days of yore (i.e., before May 2014), if you were following somebody on Twitter who was, for whatever reason, kinda bugging you, then you only really had two choices: unfollow, or block.

(Yeah, okay, so a third choice was “deal with it”, but we’re only human.)

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Twitter for Teachers: A Quick Start Guide

Twitter for Teachers: A Quick Start Guide
Technology is a growing part of the classroom, with tablets and smart TVs quickly integrating themselves into the curriculum. But fast-paced change – and the fact that students are often miles ahead of both teachers and parents when it comes to the latest apps and social networks – can intimidate even the most tech-savvy teacher.

Here’s a quick-start guide for teachers who are looking to incorporate Twitter into their classroom as a learning tool, without getting lost in the millions of tweets sent every day.

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