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6 Ways To Engage And Maintain A Loyal Twitter Following

6 Ways To Engage And Maintain A Loyal Twitter Following

As a small brand using Twitter to raise awareness of your products and services, how do you engage customers and maintain a loyal, engaged following?

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You Are What You Tweet

Everything you do, and everything you say on Twitter reflects how the rest of us see YOU as a person.

It isn’t about all those links you share, it isn’t about how often you retweet your friends, and it certainly isn’t about how many followers you have.

It’s about how you behave.

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Tweeting Too Much Is “Unhealthy”, Says Twitter Co-Founder

How many times a day do you tweet?

Once or twice? Five to ten times? More? Well, if you’re devoting hours and hours to Twitter each and every day you might want to think about cutting back, as spending too long on the network might not be too good for your health.

And those aren’t my words. They’re the words of Twitter co-founder, Biz Stone.

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40 Twitter Power Tips That Turn Newbies Into Students, Experts Into Pros

One of the things that makes Twitter so great is that there’s always something new to learn.

As the platform expands and new people join and make their impression on others, attitudes shift and what we thought of as norms become relics and clichés. That’s both inevitable and healthy.

But some advice is still golden. Some tips are still wonderful, and some truisms are just kick-you-in-the-crotch and spit-on-your-neck fantastic. And at the very same time, some rules are meant to be broken. Everything is just a guideline. And there’s nothing more important than going it alone. The trick is blending all of that together.

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