Get the Most out of Twitter in 2011

Four simple suggestions from Twitter to try out anytime.

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Twitter News — Suggestions

Yesterday I received an email from Twitter with four simple suggestions to try out. I would like to share it with my blog readers.
 
 
 
 
 

Get the most out of Twitter in 2011

Tuesday, 1 February, 2011 19:22

Happy New Year,

Our resolution is to help you get the most of out of Twitter this year. To start, we thought we’d send this note with four simple suggestions. Come on by our web site to try these out anytime!
http://twitter.com

1) Follow your interests. We’ve found that the people who enjoy Twitter most tend to follow a variety of accounts: friends, family, people in their profession, local shops and events, and most importantly, people who share their passions.

2) Get specific. Like sports? Follow your favorite leagues, teams, players, coaches, commentators, writers and fellow fans. Love food? Follow chefs, restaurants, critics, bloggers, specialty shops and respected foodies.

3) Don’t panic. People turn to Twitter during emergencies. Snowstorms, power outages and fires are just a few emergencies where Twitter may be helpful. Search for #hashtags and follow local civic accounts to stay informed.

4) Return to Twitter. There are about 200 million accounts on Twitter now – that means new interests, new voices, and new ideas every day. We offer services in seven languages, apps for most devices, and SMS worldwide.

Thanks for being part of Twitter,

@Biz, @Ev, & @Jack
Co-founders, Twitter

Earlier, I had written an article about:
Suggestions for You to Follow on Twitter
Find new friends to follow as suggested by Twitter
This article was based on old Twitter.
The new Twitter has a separate section ‘Who to Follow’, the second suggestion in Twitter’s mail above. Check itout:
Who to Follow

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