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5 Tips To Use Twitter To Rebrand Yourself If You’re Switching Careers

Changing careers can be both stressful and exciting. After all, it’s a decision that can completely change your life.

Some people have no trouble transitioning into a new career, while others struggle to carve out a spot in their new niche. Why is this? Sometimes it’s simply a matter of branding: those who find success have worked hard to rebrand themselves within their new field.

Rebranding your personal identity is similar to rebranding a corporate identity. It involves changing the way others perceive you. This can be achieved through a variety of offline ways, including furthering your education and experience, volunteering within your new field and more. But it is equally important to rebrand yourself online as you work on your skills and expertise offline – so read on for five tips for using Twitter to help you rebrand yourself.
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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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Your Twitter Weekend Homework: Update Your Bio

How long has it been since you changed your Twitter bio to reflect a new job, new interests, or new reasons for being on Twitter? In fact, how long has it been since you’ve even read your Twitter bio? This weekend, instead of clicking through old photos on Facebook, why don’t you inject a little fun productivity into your Saturday afternoon and update your Twitter bio?
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3 Tips for Writing a Killer Twitter Bio To Get Targeted Followers

Some people seem to think that the more followers they have on Twitter, the more successful they are online. However, the number of followers you have doesn’t usually matter as much as the quality of followers you have, especially if you use Twitter for business.

Here are three tips you can use to revamp your Twitter bio – that tiny 160-character blurb that can be the difference between followers who ignore you and those who click every link you send their way.
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3 Key Items You Can’t Afford To Leave Out Of Your Twitter Bio

When people sign up for Twitter, the first thing on their mind is usually not their bio. They leave it blank, or hammer out a sentence or two about their love of their two dogs, and move on to the good stuff: tweeting, following, discovering what influence means, learning how to retweet. But if you leave your bio only half finished, you’re not optimizing your Twitter presence. Here are three things you can’t afford to leave out of your Twitter bio if you want to target the right audience, grow your follower count, and network with interesting people.
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What’s Better for your Business on Twitter: A Logo or a Photo?

The debate has been raging on the Twitter-sphere for some time now: is it better for your business to have a logo as your avatar or a photo? While there haven’t been any studies done on the effectiveness of either (but we’d love to see one!), we thought we’d weigh on the debate in with our two cents, too.
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2.2% of Twitter Users Account for 60% of All Activity [STATS]

Would you believe that 2 percent of all users produce the majority of content on Twitter? A billion tweets, analyzed by stats firm Sysomos, say that it’s true. For other interesting stats about Twitter in 2010, read on.
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Everything You Need to Know About Setting Up a Business Twitter Account

Twitter is one of the fastest growing social networks out there, and businesses have begun to embrace it in droves. In the last year alone, for instance, Fortune 500 companies have doubled their presence on Twitter.

It’s easy to set up a Twitter account for your business, and it could be one of the smartest moves you make this year. It only takes a few simple steps before you can start engaging customers, building a brand presence, and networking.
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