Twitter for Beginners

Double double, toil and trouble twitzer twhirl twitch and twubble . The language of Shakespeare’s era may be difficult to understand but so is internet speak; the vocabulary of Twitter adding to the frothing cauldron.

Where do you begin with Twitter?:

As you may know the basic Twitter interface is just that – basic. Type in a short message and press enter. There are some official twitter commands that you can use. For example the @ command before a contacts name addresses a message to that person:

  • From Sueblimely ” @Shakespeare Your rhymes are more revolting than Roald Dahl’s”
  • DHLawrence to Shakespeare – “@Shakespeare When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder That such trivial people should muse and thunderIn such a lovely language.”
  • replies from Shakespeare:
    • @Sueblimely I thank you for your voice: thank you: Your most sweet voice. I can no other answer make, but, thanks, and thanks.
    • @ DHLawrence Thou surly ill-breeding death-token!

Adding “Retweet: @” indicates that you are rebroadcasting a message made by someone else. e.g.

  • Retweet: @Hamlet I am struck with wonder That such trivial people should muse and thunder In such a lovely language.

A hashtag (#) before a word is a kind of tag, a word which identifies a topic, place, event etc.

Hamlet Yorick Twitter
#Hamlet @horatio O, I die, Horatio; The potent poison quite o’er-crows my spirit: I cannot live to hear the tweets from England;

Be careful you do not misquote :-) It may help to take a look at The Art and Science of Retweeting for Twitteraholics by Blogging Bits.

There are so many applications, clients. scripts and extensions for interacting with Twitter (hereafter referred to as “thingies” – no that should be “thwingies”). Twitter is becoming far more than a simple messaging platform; with potential to provide us with valuable targeted multimedia information via computer and phone. Taking advantage of this means using more than the basic twitter site interface.

Where to find out more about Twitter thwingies:

How and why to use Twitter:

That is enough reading material for now. While writing this, I have been trying to think of new twitter terms. How about:

  • Twinkling – what the the Twitterati Glitterati do, whereas the rest of us tweet or twitter.
  • Twender – how you message your sweetheart.
  • Twyslexic – bad spelling in tertwit
  • Twenterhooks – when you are waiting eagerly for a reply

I will leave you to guess what these already coined unofficial Twitter terms mean.

  • Twisticuffs
  • Twitterrheart
  • Tweetheart

You can find the answers on the Twitter Fan Wiki Glossary and check out more Twitter terms and shortcuts on their Twictionary.

If you can think of any more of these, or know of good beginner’s guides to Twitter, please leave a comment or send a tweet to @Sueblimely.

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  1. Posted May 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    Twitt!

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  2. Posted May 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi Igor. Not sure if your comment was in relation to me for writing this post (accurate too) or a Twitter term you are suggesting. It is good to see you here in my little part of the blogosphere. Do come again. :razz:

    Sueblimelys last blog post..Twitter for Beginners

    • Posted November 11, 2008 at | Permalink

      Thanks for this info! I have been spending some time trying to learn more about Twitter. I appreciate you sharing this info with us. Thanks again.

  3. Posted May 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks for linking to my Guide, but please also give correct credit, thanks. C

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  4. Posted May 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    I guess you have not seen Michael Arrington Twitter video comments post? Twitt!

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  5. Posted May 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    How timely Sueblimely. Just this afternoon I decided it was time I actually DID something with the Twitter account I signed up for AGES ago.

    Right now I still have very little clue how it all works. But I’m guessing I’ll get the hang it sooner or later.

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  6. Posted May 27, 2008 at | Permalink

    Wow the blog world is abuzz with handy info today. Zhu posted on basiics for blogging, I posted on IMVU and you are all a twitter about twitter. I haven’t registered there yet but will probably do so within the next week. Word is if you aren’t twittering you aren’t ‘in’ :-)

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  7. Posted May 27, 2008 at | Permalink

    Wow! Sueblimely, this post is simply funtwitteristic! I am learning a lot. For example the use of a simply key to achieve an interesting result. Earlier I am not moving deep into Twitter but now I shall enjoy the benefits Twitter is offering…

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  8. Posted May 27, 2008 at | Permalink

    Dear Sueblimely, it has worthwhile my visiting and reading here, The God willing, I shall spend more precious moments benefiting form your posts, soon…

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  9. Posted May 27, 2008 at | Permalink

    I have ever used Twitter service for a couple of days and decided to stop using it. It might be because I haven’t really learnt deeper to get more benefit of it.
    Thanks for the article. I will give it a second chance.

  10. Posted May 28, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great post – twitter can be baffling to many – like me :roll:

  11. Posted May 28, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi Sue,
    My goodness it has been ages. I took a long long break and it is taking me sometime to make all of the rounds.

    I am so grateful to you for this post. I have wanted to add twitter for so long. I already have registered but was too numb to understand all of it.

    I have a post to get prepared for a friend who just had his book first book of poetry published.

    And, I have to do a graphic for Speedy’s latest and greatest crazy antic.

    After that I am headed right back here and see if I can follow your instructions and finally get on Twitter.

    Oh BTW….Laurence is my daughter’s specialty. I am not a modernist fan. I love The Romantics. But, after listening to 8 years of Laurence and working through two dissertations with her….I know his writing well. But, I still don’t care for him.

    Please don’t tell on me okay?
    Hugs,
    Jackie:-)

    • Posted May 28, 2008 at | Permalink

      I am really getting into the swing of things with Twitter now and enjoying having some more direct contact with people I know through blogging. I am finding it an excellent source of news and good posts too – often it is a reminder for me to check out a blog if I am slow reading my RSS feeds. Twitter is the reason I found out about the next topic I am going to blog about too.

      I always found Lawrence hard going. I liked Hardy when young and later became a Jane Austen fan – still love her books. My partner does not know how I could have liked Hardy because books are so depressing.

      I look forward to catching up with you on Twitter when you are less busy. Please contact me if you need any help with it.

  12. Posted May 28, 2008 at | Permalink

    Oh dear,
    I forgot to tell you that when I do my drops later today I will try to find you through a search and start dropping on you!! :smile:

    • Posted May 28, 2008 at | Permalink

      To find someone on Entrecard you can click on the E in their blog’s Entrecard ad, next to or above the Drop Button, and it takes you to their profile.

  13. Posted May 28, 2008 at | Permalink

    Twitterrificabulousplendid Sue

    I like Twhirl and it is good for guick direct messages.

    I only use it from time to time and only from my computer. It is for the most part a bit silly and massively time wasting.

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    • Posted May 28, 2008 at | Permalink

      I should have added that another good thing about Twitter is being silly :-) I agree though there is silly as in funny and silly as in inane on there. I do not want to know what someone had for breakfast.

  14. Posted May 29, 2008 at | Permalink

    What a super list of Twitter options! Might I also add my Twitter humor site – http://www.TwitterBudgie.com ? It’s guaranteed to generate a smile or 76. :)

    Best wishes,

    Barbara

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  15. Posted May 31, 2008 at | Permalink

    Is there a way to see the @replies people send to you if you are not following them? I can’t find the setting.

    Thx

    Eric

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  16. Posted June 1, 2008 at | Permalink

    Every where I go all the rage is twitter, thanks for the little beginner tutorial because I had no idea what it was.

  17. Posted June 1, 2008 at | Permalink

    Very good article about the Tweetaholics like me. I enjoyed reading it and visiting all the links.

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  18. Posted June 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    haha i love your stwongbad on the sidebar. cant help but laugh every time i hear his voice @_@

  19. Posted June 9, 2008 at | Permalink

    Im not really sure what makes twitter so great, but lot of people seem to use it. I might be adding it to my Texas golf blog once i get some more posts up.

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  20. Posted June 17, 2008 at | Permalink

    Didn’t know Twitter was so complicated! :???:
    Thanks for the resources :)

  21. Posted June 29, 2008 at | Permalink

    That’s a superb info.
    This twity things seem too complicated for me.
    :grin:

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  22. Posted August 1, 2008 at | Permalink

    You have excellent analysis. thanks for writting

  23. Posted August 8, 2008 at | Permalink

    i was a huge twitter freak, but now have slowed down my tweaks as they got time consuming

  24. Posted August 13, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks Sueblimely. I’ve been meaning to get to Twitter. I’ve printed our your blog to study.

  25. Posted August 13, 2008 at | Permalink

    I do not use twitter at all, but this guide has peaked my curiosity.

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  26. Posted August 21, 2008 at | Permalink

    You really broke it down! This is a great resource for all Twitter beginners; I will definitely be linking to it.

  27. Posted August 21, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hi Sublimely!

    Great post on how to get started with Twitter. One of the things I’ve seen is that people tend to shy away from Twitter because they don’t understand how it works. Your simple guide gives great information and leads people to some great articles (even if mine isn’t listed :smile:).

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  28. Posted September 9, 2008 at | Permalink

    I have never done twitter. maybe I’ll start. It just seemed like kind of a big hassle, without any perceived benefit.

  29. Posted September 13, 2008 at | Permalink

    I was hoping this was a fad as I really found no use for it other than another time waster by tweens. But, after a CNN report that someone got arrested in Egypt and he used Twitter to get help there might actually be an honest good use for it…

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  30. Posted September 19, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great post ! I want to know when you update your blog, where can i subscribe to your blog? :) :) :)

  31. Posted September 19, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks for this post. Twitter frustrated me somewhat when I first used it but I’m much more comfortable with it especially now that the navigation is so much better. Take care. :)

  32. Posted September 23, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the Twitter tutorial! Does anyone know how we can use Twitter for SEM or backlinking purposes? :mrgreen:

    Rich

  33. Posted September 24, 2008 at | Permalink

    this post caught my eye since i just started using twitter. quite a late arrival me. :) thanks for the links and advice here.

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  34. Posted October 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    Nice post, I never knew about the hashtag, I’m going to follow you on twitter now :)

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  35. Posted October 5, 2008 at | Permalink

    I tend to have phases with Twitter – it is not something I make a priority and if I am busy it tends to get neglected. To get a good rapport going with new people takes more time and consistency than I have been putting in.

  36. Posted October 14, 2008 at | Permalink

    I’m new to Twitter. This is really a good guide for me as a newbie. Thanks for guidig me..

  37. Posted October 29, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks for your helpful post. I’m new to Twitter as wasn’t sure how to get started. Your post help from a “technical” and “cultural” standpoint. Your post eased my transition into this foreign community. :)

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  38. Posted November 1, 2008 at | Permalink

    this is great I’m new to Twitter and I am learning a lot.Thanks for your helpful post.

  39. Posted November 12, 2008 at | Permalink

    Twitter can be such an enigma to newbies. Thanks for posting this tutorial to help people get their feet wet.

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  40. Posted November 12, 2008 at | Permalink

    You also can make your rss feed to have a twitter mirror and promote it in the community. I’m using that sometimes and that gives nice results.

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  41. Posted December 8, 2008 at | Permalink

    Nice post about twitter for begginers. Some great places and articles to learn almost anything you need to about twitter.

  42. Posted December 9, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great post Sue. I’m always kind of a late adopter (still no MySpace, and just got Facebook), so this will be helpful for me.

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  43. Posted December 14, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thank you for all your up to date information, it is appreciated.

  44. Posted December 16, 2008 at | Permalink

    I posted an interesting list about all Twitter applications that I found. It’s quite interesting.

  45. Posted December 27, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks, I actually have never even been on Twitter, but it is all the rage, and you can easily network on it!

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  46. Posted December 30, 2008 at | Permalink

    informative. funny funny twitter

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  47. Posted January 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the Twitter tutorial! Does anyone to know how to use Twitter for Search Engine Marketing…… ????

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  48. Posted January 9, 2009 at | Permalink

    Nice resource, I somehow missed the post by Darren on the 9 benefits of using twitter for bloggers.

  49. Posted February 10, 2009 at | Permalink

    Nice engagement about twitter as begginers. Some premium places also articles to debunk partly existent you rapture to about twitter.

  50. Posted February 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    I really don´t know what is so good on 140 char limited blogs…

  51. Posted February 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    I was looking for a post like this! never use twitter and do not really understand it at all, I will see if I understand a little more and i can give it a good use!

  52. Posted February 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    Nice post Sue. However, with Facebook’s “what are you doing” feature (status bar) I’ve started using Facebook as a replacement for Twitter. I wonder if others will start doing the same. Or, if Twitter starts incorporating some of what Facebook offers to stay in competition.

    ~ Colleen

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  53. Posted February 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    Facebook is more useful with the “what are you doing” feature I think more people will use that than Twitter. Look up Facebook on Google Trends, it’s still growing in popularity

  54. Posted March 6, 2009 at | Permalink

    I think that using either of the two (facebook and twitter) is useless unless i have all my friends there. At the moment i have some friends that love facebook and some that love twitter, so i have to use both. If people could just agree on the matter….. :)

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  55. Posted March 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great post, one of the most informative posts on this subject online actuallly.

    Thanks and keep up the great work.

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  56. Posted March 20, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thats very useful information and it has helped a beginner like me to use twitter.

  57. Posted March 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    good twitter 101. now i have to figure out if i have enough twitworthy comments to share

  58. Posted March 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks Sue for the links. I was thinking of those twe/twitter terms as I type this comment, ha.. I think I’m gonna check out that twitter wiki for sure.

    As for some resources for twitter beginners, for those who’s having difficulties on finding like-minded people to befriends with, perhaps they could check on this analysis : Killer Apps for a Successful Twitter Network. However I would advise them to check on the Clickable Chart first so they know which app(s) suits them the most. Just my 2 cents. :smile:

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  59. Posted March 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the post. I am finding it hard to go a day lately with out someone mentioning Twitter. It seems it may be a good way to expand my marketing.

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  60. Posted March 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks Sue,
    The information available for Twitter is overwhelming. I think a post on the ONE place to start is in order!
    ~Colleen :)

  61. Posted March 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks Sue,
    The information available for Twitter is overwhelming. I think a post on the ONE place to start is in order!
    ~Colleen :)

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  62. Posted April 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    This whole twitter thing is way overblown. I can’t figure out why people like it. Is it just me?

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  63. Posted April 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    I think I read on the CNN website that Twitter was growing at a faster pace than Facebook. I STILL don’t understand the popularity of Twitter as I really don’t wan to know what you are doing, what you are having for lunch, etc. And it seems as though the old time Twitter-ers feel the same thing as more mainstream people join… They are tweeting nonsense.

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  64. Posted April 2, 2009 at | Permalink

    just signed up for twitter to follow my son’s hockey team (their coach tweets updates of their scores from the bench)… everyone is using it now.

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  65. Posted April 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    thanks for your sharing :) . i want bookmark this article because this article can help me problems

  66. Posted April 20, 2009 at | Permalink

    Sweet information! Thanks a lot!

  67. Posted April 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the great blog entry!

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  68. Posted May 8, 2009 at | Permalink

    Twitter is great, I add at least 15 friends a day, but I like most don’t really see a good application toward business for it, however I never really was a text person. I like to old fashion email or heck pick up the phone. I learned a ton by your article and thank you for posting it.

  69. Posted May 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    I was one of the few that didn’t even know Twitter had “official twitter commands”. I am truly a beginner at Twitter. Thank you so much for this detailed information on the basics of Twitter.

  70. Posted May 16, 2009 at | Permalink

    Do I just sent them as txt? Do I have to turn in on first? No, I don’t mean the phone, I mean do I have to txt ON to twitter first, then send the messages? Are there any instructions on Twitter for this. I have the web on my phone do you think I could just log into twitter from my phone?

  71. Posted May 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    sorry for long time i didn’t acces twitter, so im waiting for ur next post..

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  72. Posted May 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    I’m not convinced Twitter is a viable business solution (yet). I have many followers and I update relatively frequently, but it’s more fun than business. – Colleen

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  73. Posted May 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    first time ever heard about unofficial terms of Twitter Twisticuffs, Twitterrheart, Tweetheart. As i beginner looking for more post on Twitter.

  74. Posted May 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    First of all great guide for beginners in twitter, I think twitter has set a new innovation in the internet world, but honestly I am not sure what we will see for the future for twitter. I am thinking we might see twitter evolve.

    Till then,

    Jean

  75. Posted May 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    Hi Sue, Just wanted to say that I really enjoyed the “The Art and Science of Retweeting for Twitteraholics by Blogging Bits”. And would Highly recommend it to anyone interested.

  76. Posted May 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    Interesting post. Thanks for guidance about twitter. I will following twitter to you.

  77. Posted June 2, 2009 at | Permalink

    Companies are even now starting to use twitter to broadcast their messages to their employees. It’s amazing how such a simple idea has caught on like this.

  78. Posted June 9, 2009 at | Permalink

    Facing very problem to use twitter actually confused how to use for business purpose but given link source little helpful to get understand batter.

  79. Posted June 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for explaining twitter and for linking to all this nice resources. A beginner like me sure needs this. keep up the good work!

    Daniel

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  80. Posted June 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    You may consider linking
    Twitter vocabulary for newbies at
    http://techack.blogspot.com/2009/06/twitter-vocabulary-for-newbies.html

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  81. Posted June 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    Its good infomation regarding twiiter for beginners.

  82. Posted June 23, 2009 at | Permalink

    Macbeth was probably my favorite play by Shakespeare. There have been several comedic retakes at Shakespeare novels using “modern” language. I wonder what Shakespeare himself would tweet. LOL

    -Randy

  83. Posted July 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    The Big Juicy Twitter Guide,eh? That might just get me tweetin’ like the the pro I know I can one day be. I’ve been slow to catch onto the rage altho I do have a few followers.

    Glad to Stumble Upon your blog.

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  84. Posted July 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    Can someone PLEASE tell me how i retweet? From the twitter homepage i dont see anything that says retweet im new to twitter and idk how to retweet tell me how to from beginning to end like when you get on the homepage whats the 1st thing you do to retweet?

  85. Posted July 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    I should have added that another good thing about Twitter is being silly :-) I agree though there is silly as in funny and silly as in inane on there.
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  86. Posted July 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    I registered at twitter, as i had an invitation from on of my friends. Never knew we could do so many stuffs with it! Wow! Thanks
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      Posted August 30, 2009 at | Permalink

      Mammoth posting. Your blog is fantastic and full of joy. I think you design it specially for funny stuff. My friend tell me about your blog and he inspire with your collections of funny pictures and i inspire with your videos section. Specially bean related funny videos are really hilarious.

  87. Posted July 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    Its good infomation regarding twiiter for beginners.
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  88. Posted July 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    This is really complete resource of Twitter. I read one of the resource you mention above called “9 Benefits of Twitter for Bloggers”. This report based on true experience. That’s give good example how Twitter can give benefit.
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  89. Posted August 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    Those information are good for new twitter user.
    I have already been more than 6 months in twitter but i am wondering about one thing in my twitter account that is i got PR5 for my twitter account but there are many other user’s account those older me with many followers than me but they dont have any PR for there url.

  90. Posted August 18, 2009 at | Permalink

    nice information regarding twiiter for beginners

  91. Posted August 25, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the beginners guide to Twitter, makes it easier to understand, but I have to be honest I don’t really use this social net working.

  92. Posted August 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the Twitter guide, I am quite interested in it but just can’t find the time to constantly update my Twitter ‘status’.
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  93. Posted September 4, 2009 at | Permalink

    nice post..
    thanks

  94. Posted September 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great Blog,. Keep share ;)

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  95. Posted September 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great computer site. keep sapmming ;)

  96. Posted September 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank you for doing this study,it is very important for me.

  97. Posted October 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great article. Keep up the good work.
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  98. Posted October 2, 2009 at | Permalink

    thanks fo rthe tips.. gret
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  99. Posted October 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    I’m a Twitter maniac…..
    Very nice…. :D

  100. Posted October 20, 2009 at | Permalink

    Wow, I am a real newbie in twitter and to be honest I didn’t think there are such many things about twitter. Your tips are quite helpful. I am going to apply them. Thank you for sharing.

  101. Posted October 29, 2009 at | Permalink

    Keep posting it is really informative article..thank you…

  102. Posted November 4, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanx for sharing all the good twitter tips.
    I’m a real twitter noob :(

  103. Posted November 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    Hi!

    I’m afraid that I still don’t reallu understand the purpose of twitter. I don’t understand how you can really utilise it.

    Anyway, atleast I understand the basics now!

  104. Posted November 25, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the introduction on twitter. Are Adly or other ad-programs for twitter any good?
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  105. Posted January 31, 2010 at | Permalink

    I am a real newbie in twitter and to be honest I didn’t think there are such many things about twitter. Your tips are quite helpful. I am going to apply them. Thank you for sharing.

  106. Posted February 18, 2010 at | Permalink

    Nice list of Twitter resources. Still not something I have really got to grips with. No doubt it can be very useful, but I fear I may get too addicted to it!

  107. Posted April 19, 2010 at | Permalink

    Twitter took me a while to figure out..but the whole concept is pretty easy to understand. you just have erase what you already know about social networking

  108. Posted July 24, 2008 at | Permalink

    I liked this post, it is very informative and comprehensive

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