Are you still making these 10 mistakes on Twitter?

Twitter: love it for the levels of interaction or hate it for the noise, Twitter is still a great place to be chatting to clients and potential clients.

How you use Twitter for business or for fun is up to you, but there are some things that are definite no-nos – things that you do that affect other Twitter users perception of you.

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Sarah Arrow

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1 Comment

  1. Sarah,
    I liked your 10 things you shouldn’t do on Twitter. Looks like I need to clean up my act, cause I may be guilty of a couple of them. I chuckled when you said Twitter is noisy. Maybe that is why it is not my favorite social site. I don’t like noise. lol I agree with you not to auto follow anybody. I notice if they have any posts or when the last time was they tweeted. No use following someone who isn’t even on there at all, ya know.
    Anyway, thanks for the 10 don’t for Twitter!


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