Links related to Twitter presented in mostly random fashion:
Is Twitter down?
Snapshot: November 2018
How cool would it be to see this open letter used in an image campaign for Vegas? Hey, we can dream. pic.twitter.com/WGGhff4WUV
— Vital Vegas (@VitalVegas) November 22, 2018
— Vital Vegas (@VitalVegas) November 13, 2018
— no context the good place (@nocontexttgp) November 14, 2018
— The Neon Museum (@NeonMuseum) November 15, 2018
Downtown Las Vegas's newest edition to a positive and ever growing bicycle culture and infrastructure! @BikeLink_ bicycle lockers are popping up all over #DTLV thanks to the @CityOfLasVegas 🚴@RTCSNV @ClarkCountyNV @BikeTransit @DTLVAlliance @peopleforbikes pic.twitter.com/OtvHD8zrBd
— Matt Chavez (@TheBoy505) November 17, 2018
— Matt Chavez (@TheBoy505) November 15, 2018
— Honolulu Civil Beat (@CivilBeat) November 20, 2018
— tara robertson (@tararobertson) November 20, 2018
— Alison Ballance (@AlisonBallance) November 20, 2018
— EarthSky (@earthskyscience) November 20, 2018
We see the unlimited ice creams at #NDFNZ and are offering 2kg of oiled chicken feet lollies to all participants of #NAFNZ. Thanks to our primary conference sponsor @adamrmor pic.twitter.com/xayrCTlR5X
— Zoë Richardson (@ZoeRichardson) November 21, 2018
'Tourists' need to remember that they are trespassers – in the home of the tiger – respect wild life & forest ecology……..! https://t.co/uZTixoH4GE
— Chowkidar Dr. S. Raghavachari (@DrSRaghavachari) November 12, 2018
— Harry Shearer (@theharryshearer) November 14, 2018
I always frush. pic.twitter.com/JXHrsJcCap
— Colin Bisset (@cdbisset) November 20, 2018
Happening now … Egypt hosts the 14th Biodiversity COP, November 11-29. #COP14 #EgyptCOP14https://t.co/8zF80nhTmt coverage starts herehttps://t.co/dhzwnO91QE@UNBiodiversity @EgyptCOP14 @IUCN_CEC pic.twitter.com/A5adLNFyU8
— planetanews (@planetanews) November 15, 2018
Soy los tuits que he leído (I am the tweets I have read)Official spin: Twitter — https://twitter.com — helps you follow your interests with instant updates from your friends, industry experts and breaking news from around the world.
Our take: Twitter is a global poetry slam. Say something brilliant or quote someone wise. You can tweet your own horn or remix the work of others. Please remember to be generous in your interaction with others. If you are not favoriting and retweeting others, you’re not making the most of this social web channel. This page explores good practices with multiple levels of engagement.
Tweets can be local or come from far, far away.
For conservationists/environmentalists/outdoor folk, learning to Twitter is a meaning of doing more good by increasing the impact of a campaign or public awarenes
Check out Richard McLellan’s #DoMoreGood: Using @Twitter to Increase your #NRMGroup Impact . The entire proceedings are worth reading as an introduction to Western Australia.
Translating: Do you manage more than one Twitter account?
¿Administrasmás de unacuenta de Twitter?
Kan du hantera flera Twitter-konton?
How do I log in to more than one Twitter account at a time via web?
- You can only be logged in to one Twitter account at a time, in the same browser, if you’re accessing Twitter via the web.
- If you’d like to be logged in to multiple accounts at the same time, you can do so by using different browsers.
- You can use Tweetdeck to manage multiple accounts simultaneously.
To add additional accounts on Twitter for iOS:
- From the Me tab, tap the accounts icon.
- Tap More options.
- From here you can Create new account or Add an existing account.
- Once you’ve added your additional account, you can toggle between accounts by tapping the accounts icon.
Who have you blocked on Twitter? = A quién has bloqueado en Twitter?
Who would you block on Twitter? = ¿Quién te bloquear en Twitter?
Who should I follow on Twitter? = ¿Quién debería seguir en Twitter?
Is your Twitter profile up-to-date?
Threaded Tweets (aka tweetstorms)
“The worst tweetstorms have always been self-indulgent blather, and we don’t need more of them. But the best ones are a worthy art form in themselves. Perhaps formalizing the medium will inspire more people to give it a try for all the right reasons.” HM, https://www.fastcompany.com/40506267/for-better-or-worse-twitter-is-finally-embracing-the-tweetstorm
You can now live stream directly from the Twitter app – Mashable
How to Add a Periscope Link to Your Twitter Web Profile – @Vintuitive
facebook-style-filtered-feed-is-coming-whether-you-like-it-or-not – @mathewi @gigaom
The Launch of Twitter’s Analytics Service and Thoughts on Free Alternatives – @briankelly
everybody-panic-twitter-redesign-here-2D12044720 (Feb 2014)
twitter-new-design (Jan 2014)
14 Twitter Tips and Tricks for Power Users
Complete guide to Twitter’s language and acronyms
Mars rover’s Twitter feed full of bravura
Clicks no substitute for engagement
Qantas Twitter campaign takes nosedive
Ashton Kutcher, Twitter and the business of celebrity
Twitter etiquette 101
These are the apps that can access your Twitter account. Learn more.
Twitter works best when you learn the basics: #, @ and MT.
If you are brand new to Twitter, commit to a sending a tweet (or more) a day for at least one month. Find a routine that works for you, but commit to it. If you send out monthly messages or less, the engagement factor is nil. Short sweet tweets are the most effective. Give your friends (aka followers) something to like and retweet.
Retweeting extends the exposure of a single tweet … in large numbers, think ‘viral marketing’ … in small numbers, not so much viral but a good indication of interest and willingness to connect. Plus, Twitter’s Top Tweet algorithm calculates a tweet’s value according to the engagement it has. The more retweets, replies and favorites, the higher it is valued.
Tips: Levels of Engagement
Be attentive – Take a look at someone’s twitter account
Be attentive – Check out interactions, aka notifications
Be attentive – See who has mentioned you
Be generous – Give kudos to someone by mentioning them in your tweet
Be generous – Retweet favorite messages
Be creative – Add your picture to your Twitter Profile
Be creative – Create your own Twitter list
Be curious – Search for a topic or place of interest in which you are not intimately familiar
Twitter: Levels of Engagement – Niveles de Compromiso (tools)
|Be attentive||Check out notifications||Mira tus notificaciones|
|Be creative||Add Twitter Widget to your website or Facebook||Agrega Twitter Widget a tu sitio web o Facebook|
|Be generous||Add a star to your favorite tweets||Agrega una estrella a tus tweets favoritos|
|Be generous||Use @||Usa @|
|Be generous||Use #||Use #|
|Be generous||Embed RSS||Incrustar RSS|
|Be generous||Retweet (RT)||Retuitear (RT)|
|Be curious||Search for a topic or place||Busca un tema o lugar|
Advanced search – Alert – Algorithm – Algorithm-Driven Curation – App – Audit – Authenticity – Avatar – Bird – Block – Blue Lines – Business – Button – Cards – Chat – Collection – Communication – Customer Service – Curate – Direct Message (DM) – Dismiss – Email – Embed – Embedded Tweets – Endorsement – Engagement – Expand – Fake – Follow – Followers – Handle – Hashtag – Header – Heart – Hiccup – Innovation – Interaction – Like – List – Livestreaming – Live Tweeting – Mean Tweets – Mention – Microblog – Moderated Twitter Feed – Modified Tweet (MT) – Moments – Mute – Night Mode – Notification – Official – Open Journalism – Over Capacity – Parent Tweet – Parody – Periscope – Personalization – Poll – Profile – Quality – Recommendation – Real-Time – Relationship – Reply – Retweet – RSS – Search – Sentiment – Settings – Social Web – Sponsored Ad – Status – Status Update – Subtweet – Tag – Thread – Threaded Tweets – Timeline – Top Tweet – Trends – Trending Topic – Turn Off Retweets – Twat – Tweep – Tweet – Tweet Seats – Tweetchat – Tweetdeck – Tweetheart – Tweet Storm – Tweetup – Twimmolation – Twitter – Twitterati – Twitterstorm – Twitterverse – Value – Verified – Video – Vine – Whale – Widget
Subtweeting = Talking about someone without explicitly mentioning them
Example: Bernie Sander speech
Tweep = Person who follows another’s tweet.
Tweet Seats = A section in a theater set aside for people who want to tweet during a performance.
Vrywilligetweetisme or Voluntweetism = Getting people together to share on the social web a specific topic or place @ThisTourismWeek
Organizations can invite anyone to Tweet from their account using the teams feature in TweetDeck. Learn more.
Change settings via notifications
You might be asked ‘Would you like to receive desktop notifications for your messages?’
Put a link on your official site to your Twitter page.
Tip: If you want to catch the attention of someone, start your tweet with their Twitter name (such as @ronmader) to show you are directing your remark to them.
Settings / Personalization
How to access the dashboard
To get started, log in to analytics.twitter.com with your Twitter username and password to turn analytics on for your account.
To access your Tweet activity:
- On a desktop or laptop computer, visit >analytics.twitter.com and click on Tweets.
- In the Twitter app for iOS or Android, tap the analytics icon visible in your Tweets. Make sure you have installed the latest version of Twitter for iPhone, iPad, or Twitter for Android.
The Tweet activity dashboard is available to users who primarily Tweet in Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, English, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, and have had an account for at least 14 days. We’re working to roll this out to everyone soon.
Moderated Twitter Feed
More Slideshare presentations
Worksheet: What To Tweet on Twitter
|What to tweet on Twitter
1) Messages that are of interest to you and your readers
2) What you recommend reading
3) URLs of favorite Flickr photos, Pinterest albums and videos on YouTube, TED and other channels
4) What you recommend listening from radio stations and podcasts
5) Anniversaries and special dates
6) Local food
7) Local weather
8) Testimonials and comments you have overheard from others
What to retweet on Twitter
What NOT to tweet on Twitter
|Qué Tweet en Twitter
1) Mensajes de interes a ti y tus lectores
2) Lo que recomiendo leer
3) URL de las fotos favoritas de Flickr, albums de Pinterest, videos de YouTube, TED
4) ¿Qué recomendaría usted escucha de emisoras de radio y podcasts
5) Los aniversarios y fechas especiales
6) Los alimentos locales
7) La clima local
8) Testimonios y comentarios que escuchado de otros
Qué Retweet en Twitter
What NOT to tweet on Twitter
|Was auf Twitter verschicken (tweet)?
1) Das Wetter2) Lokale Spezialitäten
3) Was Sie zum Lesen empfehlen möchten
4) Was Sie empfehlen möchten auf YouTube, TED oder anderen Video-Kanälen anzusehen
5) Was Sie empfehlen möchten auf Radiostationen oder als Podcasts anzuhören
6) URLs Ihrer bevorzugten Flickr-Fotos
7) URL of a new blog or your response on a blog
8) Jahrestage und Termine
9) Bevorstehende Veranstaltungen
Was auf Twitter weiterleiten (retweet)?
2) Nachrichten zu Themen, die von Interesse sind
3) News über Veranstaltungen, die Sie besuchen möchten
What NOT to tweet on Twitter
|Mida piiksuma puperdama
1) ilm2) Kohalik toit
3) Mida te soovitate lugemine
4) Mida te soovitate vaatamise YouTube’is, TED või muu videokanalid
5) Mida te soovitate kuulates alates raadiojaamade ja podcastid
6) URL lemmik Flickri pildid
7) URL of a new blog or your response on a blog
8) Anniversaries ja muid tähtpäevi
9) Tulevased üritused
Mida retweet puperdama
2) Sõnumid teemadel, mis pakuvad huvi
3) Uudiseid üritused sa plaanid osaleda
What NOT to tweet on Twitter
|Wat om op Twitter te tweet
1) Boodskappe wat vir jou en jou lesers van belang is
2) Leesgoed wat jy sou of kan aanbeveel
3) URLS van jou gunsteling Flicker foto’s(kiekies), Pinterest speldborde, videos op YouTube en TED, en of ander kanale
4) Programme wat aanbeveel kan word op radio asook podgooie
5) Aandenkings en spesiale aangeleenthede of datums
6) Plaaslike kos/voedsel of ons-kos
7) Plaaslike weer of weer van die omgewing
8) Getuigskrifte of geloofwaardige kommentaar wat jy in verbygang verneem het
Wat om op Twitter aan-te-stuur of te wel her-tweet
Wat om NIE op Twitter te kommunikeer nie
It’s always seemed to me a bit odd when people criticise Twitter because of the 140-character limit. I’m sure there are lots of things you could criticise Twitter for, but to suggest, as some people like to do, that a tweet isn’t real communication simply because it’s so brief is a bit like suggesting that Haiku isn’t poetry just because it’s over almost before it gets started.
– Antony Funnel, Future Tense
About 1,000 climate change protesters are making their way to Blackheath in south-east London where they plan to set up camp for a week. Activists had been gathering in central London waiting to swoop on a site kept secret by organisers. The protesters were informed by text and Twitter.
Often, I find myself in a new city or country, unsure despite all my research of exactly what to do, see or eat next. But thanks to Twitter and the 424-and-counting readers who officially follow my updates, I can instantly poll the world for suggestions.
– Matt Gross, Help for Travelers @Twitter
Twitter — which limits each text-only post to 140 characters — is to 2008 what the blogosphere was to 2004 … Twitter posts can be searched instantly, without waiting for Google to index them. As a writer, though, I’m onto the system’s real appeal: brevity. Bloggers today are expected to write clever, insightful, witty prose to compete with Huffington and The New York Times. Twitter’s character limit puts everyone back on equal footing. It lets amateurs quit agonizing over their writing and cut to the chase.
– Paul Boutin, Twitter, Flickr, Facebook Make Blogs Look So 2004
Man walks into Doctor’s and says “Doctor, I think I’m addicted to Twitter.” Doctor looks at him and says “Sorry, I don’t follow you.
– Popular joke
To tweet is to put an ocean in a glass of water.
– Paulo Coelho
Twitter is another way of talking with people, just like email, or instant messaging or the telephone. But unlike those systems, it’s a way to broadcast to a group of people who’ve purposely decided they want to hear from you or for you to only hear from a group you’ve selected.
– Danny Sullivan, Editor-In-Chief, Search Engine Land
Twitter is not a new media. It’s the global conversation we’ve always thirsted for.
– Jack Dorsey, executive chairman of Twitter, CEO of Four Square
I ignore and deplore tweets that come with a Facebook link. Is there any way to nudge Facebookers away from this practice? It’s easier for them to send the message, but more difficult for them to be aware of any interactions.
People who use tweets to repeatedly say ‘follow me on Facebook’
I dislike the way Twitter suggests ‘who to follow’ including people who have not tweeted for months or years!
I wish I could search my favorites.
You may only attach 100 widgets to a Twitter account.
You cannot make a video call via Twitter
Followers who then unfollow you when you don’t follow back and then refollow you again.
Translation Request: ‘If I follow you and you retweet someone, that person’s tweet ends up in my timeline.’
Spanish: ‘Si yo te sigo en twitter y tu retuiteas a otra persona, el tuit de la persona aparece en la lista de twitter que yo veo’
German: “Wenn ich dir auf Twitter folge und du etwas von einer anderen Person retweetest, dann erscheint der Tweet dieser Person auch auf meiner Timeline.”
Swedish: “Om jag följer dig och du retweetar något, så hamnar denna persons tweet på min tidslinje.”
Afrikaans: As ek jou op Twitter volg en jy antwoord ‘n persoon se tweet, dan verskyn daardie persoon se tweet in my tydlyn
Translating: Thanks for all the retweets
Korean: 리트윗 해주셔서 감사합니다
Question what is the difference between quoting a tweet and retweeting?
Simply start your conversation on LinkedIn. Compose your update, check the box with the Twitter icon, and click “Share.” This will automatically push your update to both your LinkedIn connections and your Twitter followers just as before.
Twitter has partnered with Yext so you can control your listings on a full network of premium sites including Yahoo!, MapQuest & Yelp.
Twitter is a communication tool, so how does it work as a communication tool if communication is defined as a creative exchange of ideas or expressions between two or more parties? In other words, do you know if you are being heard on Twitter? It feels as if Twitter is millions of individuals shouting into the void or millions of individuals standing in a crowded room with everyone shouting randomly at each other. It is obvious that there is a value to Twitter as shown by its popularity, but I find the channel of communication to be either shallow because of its extraordinary depth.
Andres from Black Sheep Inn – ECUADOR @BlackSheepInn
These are great questions. If we define communication as a creative exchange of ideas, then Twitter has value when it connects people. Sometimes this can appear as a regular conversation in which someone asks a question and then receives an answer. Sometimes it can appear as this random web of trending topics and miscellany that fail to inspire.
My view: Twitter never has meaning until you follow people who inspire you. They can teach you, they can make you laugh or they can simply broaden your perspective. If you’re not paying attention to anyone, odds are poor that anyone will be listening to you. And in a broader, more holistic notion of engagement, I outline above the various levels of engagement. Most are about being generous — retweeting, embedding, acknowledging others.
If we review the business application of using Twitter, the folks running Guurrbi Tours in Australia had this to say when responding to a colleague who was also wary of Twitter: “I am now a Twitter convert. By using Tweet Deck and searching under ‘Queensland’ and ‘Indigenous’ for tweeters most likely to be interested in Guurrbi Tours, within a week my tweets (with links to our blog and website) were being retweeted on to thousands of people with similar interests, and I had connected with one particular Queensland website which added a huge feature on Guurrbi Tours, and within days was bringing visitors to our own website. I now see Facebook as keeping our travel company in the minds of existing friends, colleagues and customers, and Twitter to find new ones.”
How do I change my background image? Easy – Make the changes from the design page in settings
How can I tell if someone follows me (or someone else?) DoesFollow
Why should I favorite tweets?Two reasons. One it makes it easier to find your favorite tweets. Two, you can integrate your favorites into a Storify project
What does @ mean? When a username is preceded by the @ sign, it becomes a link to a Twitter account
What idoes RT mean? Retweet
What does MT mean? Modified Tweet
What does #FF mean? #FF stands for ‘Follow Friday’ in which those in Twitterverse give a shoutout on Fridays to recommend accounts they think others should follow.
How do I remove followers on Twitter?
How do I unfollow the people I’m following on Twitter?
Is there a way to find out what certain hashtags mean? Check out http://tagdef.com
How do I add a Twitter button to my website?
Twitter Tweet Button
How do I add a link to my Twitter account from my website?
Twitter has six different-sized buttons for use on your website or blog. If you head on over to http://twitter.com/goodies/buttons you’ll see your range of choices, including the option of having the button say “follow me” or “follow us.”
How do I find people on Twitter?
Find the accounts here
Can you recommend any automated Twitter apps?
Can I automate my Facebook so that it uploads to Twitter?
Yes, but what you gain in efficiency you lose in legitimacy. Twitterers will know that you’re just giving it a pass. Our tip: don’t auto-connect your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
What if I lose my password?
Is there a good way to track who unfollows you on twitter?
I have no idea.
How can I tell if someone has retweeted one of my posts?
Can you explain how to use @ and # in twitter?
Users can group posts together by use of hashtags — words or phrases prefixed with a #.
The @ sign followed by a twitter account sets up a link to that person’s account.
Is Twitter over capacity?
Check the status – http://status.twitter.com
I notice that i receive sometimes the same twit from the same sender, at a few days interval. is that an acceptable practice?
If it’s exactly the same tweet, I’d be annoyed. If it happens on a regular basis, stop following the person.
How do I deactivate my Twitter account?
Go to your account settings and select ‘deactivate my account’
How do I embed a tweet?
Click on the time the tweet was made (top right hand corner) to open the tweet itself. Then click ’embed this tweet.’ More info
What’s are the reasons you unfollow someone on Twitter?
They are tweeting from Facebook and the tweets don’t make much sense.
Their tweets are only self-serving.
Their tweets are boring.
Unanswered question: What is the Twitter etiquette for ‘Direct Messages?’ Any tips on what works, what doesn’t?
- A URL of any length will be altered to 23 characters, even if the link itself is less than 23 characters long. Your character count will reflect this.
In June 2013 Twitter disabled their old API. If your widget is not working, replace it with new code!
What happens when you mute the sender of a promoted tweet or dismiss the tweet?
1) Go to Twitter <http://twitter.com> and register
2) Write down your ID and password.
3) Add something to your bio section
4) Add a photo to your avatar
5) When you are ready, post your message. It must be 140 characters or less.
6) Retweet someone else’s message
7) Favorite someone else’s message by adding a star
8) Include a hashtag — a words or phrase prefixed with a # in your message.
9) Link to a friend using the @ sign followed by a twitter account. Example: @ronmader
Create a twitter moment
Check to see if your tweets been retweeted
Add the Twitter widget on your website
Tip – Repeat this process on a regular basis (every day, every other day, every third day) for one month. This will give you critical feedback to see what works best for you.
1) Vaya a Twitter <http://twitter.com> y registrar
2) Anote su ID y contraseña.
3) Añadir algo a tu sección de bio
4) Añadir una foto a tu avatar
5) Cuando esté listo, envíe tu mensaje. Debe ser 140 caracteres o menos.
6) Retweet mensajes de otra personas
7) Favorita mensajes de otra personas con una estrella
8) Includye un hashtag — una palabra con # en tu mensaje.
9) Haz un vinculo a un amigo usando el signo @ siguido por la cuenta. Ejemplo: @ronmader
Crear un twitter moment
Verifica si tus tuits han sido retuitiados
Insertar un widget de Twitter en tu sitio web
Consejo – Repita este proceso de manera regular (cada día, cada dos días, cada tercer día) durante un mes. Esto te dará la oportunidad de ver lo que funciona mejor para ti.
Wie man auf Twitter Kurznachrichten (“Tweets”) verschickt
1) Auf Twitter <http://twitter.com> registrieren
2) Notieren Sie sich Ihre ID und ihr Passwort.
3) Fügen Sie Informationen über sich selbst oder ihre Firma zu Ihrem Bio Abschnitt hinzu.
4) Fügen Sie ein Foto oder Logo hinzu, um Ihren Avatar zu erstellen.
5) Wenn Sie fertig sind, posten Sie eine Nachricht. Diese darf max. 140 Zeichen lang sein.
6) Leiten Sie interessante Nachrichten von anderen Personen weiter (“Retweet”).
7) Markieren Sie Nachrichten von anderen als Favorit, wenn Ihnen diese gefallen.
8) Verwenden Sie hashtags— Wörter oder Sätze markiert durch ein # in Ihren Nachrichten.
9) Senden Sie Nachrichten an Freunde oder antworten Sie auf diese, indem Sie Ihre Nachricht mit einem @ Symbol gefolgt von einem twitter account versehen. Beispiel: @ronmader
Erstellen Sie eine Twitter Moment
Check to see if your tweets been retweeted
Betten Sie einen Twitter Widget auf Ihrer Webseite ein.
Tipp – Wiederholen Sie diesen Vorgang in regelmäßigen Abständen (täglich, jeden zweiten Tag, jeden dritten Tag) für einen Monat. Dies gibt Ihnen die Gelegenheit zu sehen, was am besten ist für Sie.
1) Loo omale Twitteri konto <http://twitter.com>
2) Kirjuta oma ID ja parool üles.
3) Lisa enda bio
4) Lisa foto oma avatari
5) Kui oled valmis, saada oma esimene sõnum. Sõnumite pikkus saaab olla kuni 140 tähemärki.
6) “Retviidi” (retweet) mõnda kellegi teise sõnumit
7) Lisa lemmikuks mõni kellegi teise sõnum
8) Include a hashtags— words or phrases prefixed with a # in your message.
9) Link back to a friend using the @ sign followed by a twitter account. Example: @ronmader
Loo oma twitteri moment
Check to see if your tweets been retweeted
Lisa twitter widget oma veebilehele
Vihje – Korda sead protsessi korrapäraselt (iga päevaselt, igal teisel või kolmandal päeval) ühe kuu jooksul. See annab võimaluse sul näha, mis toimib sinu jaoks kõige paremini.
You help others have access to what you’re thinking without sending them an email
|¿Por qué Tweet en Twitter
Usted ayudar a otros a tener acceso a lo que estás pensando sin necesidad de enviar un correo electrónico
Crea un canal RSS
Deja que tus amigos para Retweet tus tweets
Warum auf Twitter “tweeten”
Sie helfen anderen über Ihre Aktivitäten auf dem Laufenden zu bleiben, ohne ihnen eine E-Mail schicken zu müssen.
Sie können einen RSS-Feed erstellen
Sie können Mitteilungen von Freunden weiterleiten (“retweet”)
|Miks piiksuma puperdama
Sa aidata teistel on juurdepääs, mida sa mõelda ilma saates neile e-posti
Sa luba sõpradel retweet teie tweets
Autoposting from Facebook
Not following others
Only using Twitter to promote
Not posting on a regular basis
Twitter was launched on July 13, 2006, and has gone from a service then called Twttr to one of the biggest forces on the social web. 2011 numbers: delivers 350 billion tweets a day.
Mix it Up
Ron: What we have found most useful are the connections between Twitter and other pages. For example, if I tweet about any photo on Flickr, the # of views goes up substantially (and this can easily be tracked). I used to have to do this manually. Now Flickr is kind enough to provide the small icons that anyone can configure the site to tweet or facebook the images. We see the same set-up on blogs, slideshare, youtube and other sites.
Questions to ask organizations
Does your organization have a twitter account or a list of members on Twitter?
Questions to ask schools and universities
Does your school have a twitter account or a list of students/faculty/alumni on Twitter?
Twitter’s Trending Topics algorithm identifies topics that are immediately popular, rather than topics that have been popular for a while or on a daily basis, to help people discover the “most breaking” news stories from across the world. We think that trending topics which capture the hottest emerging trends and topics of discussion on Twitter are the most interesting.
Twitter trends help you stay updated on what people are talking about around the web. You can change the list to reflect trends in your own country or select cities, worldwide and even trends tailored to your interests and those you follow.
Each audit takes a random sample of 5000 Twitter followers for a user and calculates a score for each follower. This score is based on number of tweets, date of the last tweet, and ratio of followers to friends. We use these scores to determine whether any given user is real or fake. Of course, this scoring method is not perfect but it is a good way to tell if someone with lots of followers is likely to have increased their follower count by inorganic, fraudulent, or dishonest means.
TwitterAudit is not affiliated with Twitter in any way.
For feedback, please email us at email@example.com
Signing up with Tweepsmap will allow you to instantly:
|Map followers by country, state or city|
|View as interactive sharable maps or chart|
|Track new followers/un-followers|
|Unfollow accounts not following back|
|Create website widgets|
|Best of all, it’s all FREE!|
Twimmolation – The destruction of a person’s career or reputation caused by lewd or insensitive Twitter posts.
A retweet amplifies a message. A retweet is not necessarily an endorsement.
New! ActivityView favorites, follows, retweets and more by people you follow in Activity. View your mentions, tweets that were retweeted and more in @.
You may delete all location information from your past Tweets. This may take up to 30 minutes.
Shortcomings: Foreign characters including ñ do not work as links
Desventajas: No funciona ñ en URL el enlace del tuit
Could you retweet the tweet about twitchers on Twitter?
Would you like to see someone’s tweets without following them in your main feed? Add them to a Twitter list. Be aware that they can see the lists to which they’ve been added.
Check out mentions
On Mondays, explore Mexico by posting news and recommended links with #mexmonday; we’re also fond of #ecomonday
On Wednesdays, we’re highlighting this and other wikis with #wikiwednesday
On Fridays, join us for #flickrfriday
Please wait a moment and try again. For more information, check out Twitter Status »
I like favorites as it creates a directory that’s easy to return.
But I don’t see an easy way to find out if my posts have been favorited. Is there a way to tell if my tweets have been favorited?
Find Out Who is Not Following You Back on Twitter. http://tinyurl.com/unffnd
What’s a retweet? You can forward a tweet from someone else — someone you follow or anyone on Twitter — you add a link to the original sender. Retweeting is a form of flattery showing that you think enough of the message to spread the word. Think of the retweet as a show of confidence in the person being retweeted It also benefits you by highlighting your interests and showing your generosity. If you want to edit the text a bit, simply use the label followed by the @ and the account. This will direct your readers to the original source.
Tip – Check to see if your tweets been retweeted
Twitterfeed Tweetdeck Twitkit Twitturly Twellowhttp://twitter.pbwiki.com http://www.twitscoop.com http://tweetstats.com http://tweetwasters.com http://twittercounter.com
http://twitzap.com http://www.twhirl.org http://whendidyoujointwitter.appspot.com http://bigtweet.com http://wefollow.com http://www.connecttweet.com http://twinfluence.com http://hootsuite.com http://www.twubs.com http://seesmic.com twittergrader http://www.thetweetwriter.com Translating
“@” – At sign – Aroba (Spanish) – Att (Estonian)
“#” – Hashtag – Gato (Spanish) – Trellid (Estonian)
How can I retweet you if you do not tweet?
Retweet to spread the word. Share interesting tweets with your followers by hovering over a tweet and clicking “Retweet”
Do not protect your tweets if you want people to have access.
In tourism workshops I am asked a lot about twitter. They’re bitter, they’re cynical and they have a right to be. This web tool has an annoying name that sounds like someone with a lisp trying to pronounced ‘treat’ and it’s frankly difficult to explain what it is when the name is so awful. But so what? Is it useful?
The best way to see twitter in action in the tourism industry is to see the hashtags were or were not used by tourism events. The 2009 and 2010 WTM in London had no free wifi at the event which bothered a number of participants. I imagine a roll-over effect at travel events that becoming increasingly wired because to do otherwise will simply amplify the voices of the critics. In 2009 we saw initial use of hashtags at the Ecotourism New Zealand Conference and the Responsible Tourism Conference in Belize. In 2010 hashtags were used at the travel trade conference in New Zealand.
For those learning to make effective use of Twitter, check out two of my favorite Twitter lists.
Twitter List Manager
Twitter users can now organize users they follow (or users that they don’t) into groups, or “lists”. This article will help you get started with some lists basics and hopefully get you ready to make your own!
@biotweeps – Tweets by a different biologist every week
Get this widget at roytanck.com
Here’s the official spin: “Twitter is a free service that lets you keep in contact with people through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: what are you doing?”
Twitter can be linked to your facebook account to provide your current status.
Does the conference accept questions during the event via Twitter?
Most people use Twitter to answer the question of ‘What are you doing?’ Others are using Twitter to ask questions.
In 2008 I talked to the manager of tour company in Ecuador who uses Twitter to send communiques to staff. Was he worried that others might be following the conversation? Not at all. “If people want to pay attention to our company, so much the better,” was the reply.
Social is no place for robot behavior
Let’s all be friends
Ask a Flowchart: Should I Delete My Tweet?
Travel Insights 100 Survey Reveals How Twitter is Being Used by the Travel Industry
A little basic Twitter advice for new or inactive peeps
Twitter lesson I learned from Carolina (@MissBrazil) : the power of @
Guide to Twitter – Art of Blogging
Twitter for Librarians: The Ultimate Guide
How twitter was born
Which travel firms do Twitter well (and badly)?
The power of twitter
Bring twitter to your blog
the message is visible to followers—otherwise not everyone will see the tweet
Customize Twitter by choosing who to follow. Then see tweets from those folks as soon as they’re posted.
Twitter is a phenomenon that can be adapted to rural users. You don’t have to tweet every 5 minutes. Imagine this scenario: what happens if you’re on the computer and you read an article or see a video that accurately depicts your community. This could help open the eyes of potential visitors. If you tweet, then there’s the opportunity for me and others to retweet, distribute the message further. But if you’d don’t tweet, that opportunity disappears.
Recommendation: invest your time in what matters to you. Stay focused on your message and use the tools accordingly.
recommended reading: Ask a Flowchart: Should I Delete My Tweet?
The question is – are they doing what’s necessary to keep Twitter relevant? And I don’t want to be the cheerleader here. Most people don’t get it. They aren’t Twitter literate, savvy or comfortable. But I take this as a political act. I think we’re going to look at 2017 as the golden age of Twitter thanks to you-know-who and we might as well have some fun making the most of Twitter in these wonderful times.
PS) Here’s who is following me who is someone you follow (sounds like a riddle, doesn’t it!)
KimKierkegaard – The philosophy of Søren Kierkegaard mashed with the tweets and observations of Kim Kardashian.
@BPGlobalPR was created during the BP oil spill to mock the company’s response to the disaster and raise money for an environmental group.
This account has nearly six times the number of followers as BP’s actual corporate Twitter account @BP_America
The service is available in more than 20 languages, and we continue to add them. You can change your language preference in your user settings with just a few clicks.
How often do you use direct messages on Twitter?
¿Con qué frecuencia utiliza los mensajes directos en Twitter?
Daily / Diariamente
Weekly / Semanal
Less Often / No tanto
Never / Nunca
Question: When a Twitter account is hacked, is there a good way for you to massively delete messages sent or accounts followed?
Soy los tuits que he leído (I am the tweets I have read)
Thanks for your tweets. Thoughtful, short and sweet