Twitter guide checklist
created on Jan 2, 2012
People want to know they are communicating with a person, not a company (or fictional character!).
It is a good idea because it will give people a great impression of who you are and why they should follow you.
Doing so will get your name out there and build your own followers.
Soon enough, you will build your reputation and following.
Keep your following/followers ratio near 1:1.
Participate in conversations.
People get turned away if there is nothing to see in your Twitter profile.
People like to know who they talk to.
It will show your personality in a more detailed way than the short bio in your Twitter profile.
They will do the same to you and your name will appear to their followers.
If there's a Twitter meetup in your area, make sure to be there. You'll find many new followers there.
Don't be afraid to say what you think.
That doesn't mean you have to tweet 24/7, but try to do it every day.
Balance is the key.
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