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23 (Rather Marvellous) Twitter Best Practices [INFOGRAPHIC]

23 (Rather Marvellous) Twitter Best Practices [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter comes with a pretty steep learning curve. When you’re just getting started and trying to figure everything out it can get really overwhelming, really quickly.

For example, who should you follow? How do you get people to follow you? Which are the best days and times to tweet? What’s the height and width of your cover photo? What are Twitter Trends? Where should you place links? How many times a day is okay to promote yourself? And what in blue blazes is a hashtag?

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10 Twitter Tips For Real-Time Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

10 Twitter Tips For Real-Time Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

Looking to maximise your Twitter engagement?

Want to tap into some of-the-moment, real-time buzz?

You need a step-by-step guide.

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The Dr Seuss Guide To Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Dr Seuss Guide To Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

One Tweet, Two Tweets, Old Tweets, New Tweets,
Short Tweets, Long Tweets, Right Tweets, Wrong Tweets;
Tweets about content, content about Tweets.
How do you get retweets when all your Tweets seem like repeats?

How indeed?

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Double Your Twitter Followers In Just 5 Minutes Per Day [INFOGRAPHIC]

Double Your Twitter Followers In Just 5 Minutes Per Day [INFOGRAPHIC]

So you want more Twitter followers?

Who doesn’t, right? The more the merrier. Let’s face it: you can never really have too much. But, no matter what you do, you almost never seem to pick up any plus ones. Your follower number has been the same for months, and you’re starting to wonder if you’re doing something wrong.

Heads up: you are.

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6 Tips For Shorter Tweets [INFOGRAPHIC]

6 Tips For Shorter Tweets [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter has few absolute rules but one of them is hard and fast: everybody is restricted to a limit of 140 characters per tweet.

This takes some getting used to at first, but once you become a regular user Twitter’s character limit will actually make you a better, more efficient writer.

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How Marketers Can Track Any Link Shared By Anyone On Twitter

How Marketers Can Track Any Link Shared By Anyone On Twitter

So you’ve written a fantastic blog post or issued that all-important press release, and now you’re sending it to Twitter. What next? How do you track interest and figure out who is sharing your content? And what about the content of your biggest competitors?

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How To Build The Ultimate Twitter Profile [INFOGRAPHIC]

How do you build the ultimate Twitter profile?

Start by getting your images and design in place. Use a bold, dynamic wallpaper with a strong sidebar, an eye-catching header image and a unique profile picture. Complete your bio in full. Maintain a healthy ratio of followers to the people that you’re following. Don’t use systems that automate Twitter for you – do the work yourself. And pay close attention to trends and the everyday pulse of Twitter – find out what’s happening, and get involved.

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The Small Business Guide To Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

So you’ve heard about this Twitter thing, right?

It’s growing pretty fast. With hundreds of millions of users sharing billions of tweets each and every week, Twitter has quickly established itself as a pivotal marketing and communications tool for brands and businesses of all shapes and sizes across almost every industry.

Problem: Twitter comes with a pretty steep learning curve. Where on earth do you begin?

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The Twitter Guide To Airports [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 88 percent of all tweets sent by travellers while they’re killing time at airports are customer service related?

Airlines and airports have been quick to capitalise on the social media revolution with dedicated customer-facing channels on Twitter, Facebook and other platforms, but while most of them do a good job most of the time, things haven’t always gone their way.

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What I Have Learned From Writing 2,000 Articles About Twitter

Yesterday, I wrote this article about Twitter. Nothing particularly unusual about that, as I’ve been writing about Twitter now on a near-daily basis for more than four years.

But this event did represent a benchmark of sorts, as that post was the two thousandth article that I have written and published about Twitter since February 19, 2009. Two thousand is quite a number. I think I’ve probably written more articles about Twitter than anybody else, like,¬†ever.

So what have I learned in that time?

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