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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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7 Ways To Stand Out In A Crowd (In 140 Characters Or Less)

7 Ways To Stand Out In A Crowd (In 140 Characters Or Less)

With over 241 million active users tweeting their ups and downs and everything in between, it can be difficult to make yourself heard, let alone stand out.

Whether you’re looking to increase your business’ Twitter account visibility, or network with others who share your passions, we’ve got seven tips for you to stand out in a crowd – in 140 characters or less.

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7 Effective Ways To Engage On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

7 Effective Ways To Engage On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

So you want more engagement on Twitter?

Well, first you need to engage. Start by promoting the content of others. Try to be the first to break the news, and be sure to infuse personality into your profile. Ask for retweets (seems crass, but it works), making sure you leave enough space for others to comment.

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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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How To Make Twitter Writer’s Block Work For You, Not Against You

How To Make Twitter Writer's Block Work For You, Not Against You

Ever get stuck writing a tweet? If you answered “no”… come on. No one’s listening – you can be honest!

Most of us have, at one point or another, stared at the blinking cursor in the “compose new tweet” window for ages, wracking our brain for something – anything – to say. But Twitter writer’s block doesn’t have to be so stressful. Here’s how you can make it work for you, not against you.

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15 Reasons Why I Unfollowed You On Twitter

15 Reasons Why I Unfollowed You On Twitter

You can say pretty much anything you want to on Twitter… but if you do, be aware that it will have repercussions. Here are 15 reasons why I (and probably many others) will unfollow you on Twitter:

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How To Optimize Your Images (So They Fly) On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Optimize Your Images (So They Fly) On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

To maximize engagement on Twitter it’s essential that you do two things.

One, always share an image with every tweet. And two, always share that image through Twitter’s built-in image sharer.

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Five Ways To Use Twitter’s Favorite Button

Five Ways To Use Twitter's Favorite Button

If all you do on Twitter is send tweets and retweet, you’re missing out on a significant – and very useful – aspect of the network: favoriting.

The favorite button is not Twitter’s most popular feature, and it doesn’t get as much press as retweeting. But it’s growing in popularity, as more users figure out ways to make favorites work for them.

We’ve written before about how to use favorites, but since these little yellow stars pack quite a powerful punch, we’ve rounded up five more ways to use favorites, as recommended by real Twitter power users.

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Lessons From The New York Times’ Social Media Desk [TWITTER TIPS]

Lessons From The New York Times’ Social Media Desk [TWITTER TIPS]

In a great piece published by the Nieman Journalism Lab, the team that runs the New York Times’ Twitter accounts looks back on what they learned from running @nytimes, followed by 10.5 million, in 2013.

Their learnings are useful for anyone working in social media, and anyone looking to strengthen their own presence on Twitter.

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How To Stick To Your Twitter New Year’s Resolution

How To Stick To Your Twitter New Year's Resolution

Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year? Going to the gym (especially after all that turkey and gravy…) is no doubt a noble goal, as is being more successful at work or spending more time with your family. But it’s also a good idea to include one or two social media resolutions in there – and, just like all your other resolutions, it’s the sticking to it that can be the real challenge.

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