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25 Terrible Things You Should Never Include In Your Twitter Bio

We all have our own pet peeves when it comes to Twitter. And they’re usually pretty subjective: after all, someone’s annoying Twitter spam is another person’s hashtag chat!

This week at AllTwitter HQ we sat down (well, more like we started an email chain) and vented about what really irks us when it comes to what people write in their Twitter bios. And here’s the result: a master list of 25 things you absolutely should never, ever include in your 160-character-or-less bio.
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Twitter New Year’s Resolution: Perfect Your Bio

So far, our list of Twitter New Year’s Resolutions includes curating your Twitter lists and cleaning up your social media app permissions.

Another one to add to the list: perfecting your Twitter bio.

As we’ve written before, your Twitter bio is a key component of your identity on the platform, and a prime location for branding and visibility on Twitter.

And since your bio is limited to 160 characters, why not make them count?

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5 Types Of Phrases To Avoid In Your Twitter Bio

Filling out your Twitter bio isn’t as easy as it sounds. For many people, describing themselves can be even harder than public speaking.

Your Twitter bio is an important part of how you identify yourself, though, so you’ve got to give it a little thought if you want to attract the right followers and connect with the right accounts. Here are five types of phrases you should avoid in your bio if you want to leave a good impression.
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Get An Email Alert When Your Twitter Contacts Change Jobs, Location With NetworkUpdater

You’ve got hundreds, if not thousands, of connections on Twitter and other social networks, and it’s not easy keeping up-to-date on what they’re all up to.

Enter NetworkUpdater, a service that sends you an email alert whenever someone on Twitter or Facebook changes their profile.
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3 Essential Things To Do Right After Signing Up For Twitter

It’s easy to sign up for Twitter. Right there on the homepage, you’ll notice the signup box: just enter your full name, email, and password and you’re on your way.

But what happens after you click the confirmation number in that email, and you’re treading into the open waters of hundreds of millions of other accounts, billions of tweets a week, and those weird little hashtags you’ve seen from time to time?

Here are three essential things you need to do right after you sign up for Twitter, to get the most out of our favorite 140-character network.
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Get Notified Instantly When One Of Your Twitter Connections Changes Their Bio

Now this is a pretty neat little Twitter tool: BioIsChanged.com lets you know the instant someone you’re connected with on Twitter changes their bio in any way.
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Sign Up For Social Media Marketing Boot Camp And Kickstart Your Twitter Business Plan

Our flagship social media course, Social Media Marketing Boot Camp, is about to begin. You have less than a week to sign up to learn how to craft a tweet schedule, target your Twitter bio with keywords to attract the right audience, and find interesting and relevant accounts to follow – all from just one of the more than a dozen lessons during this 8-week course!
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Applying For A Job? You Need To Clean Up Your Twitter

More often than not these days, potential employers will take a look at a prospect’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media profiles. If you’re on the job hunt, you’ve got to make sure you look good not just in an interview, but online, too.
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It’s Time for Some Twitter Spring Cleaning

It’s April, and there’s spring in the air. Birds are chirping, buds are peeping out of flowerbeds, and the days are getting warmer. And while most of us take some time in early spring to clean house and get ready for sunnier weather, have you ever thought of doing some Twitter spring cleaning?
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