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How To Be Awesome on Twitter

The past two days, I spent more time on promoting my website to my circle of friends and family. I created a FaceBook Fan Page and also updated my website URL on all of my networking sites. While I am not sure how many of my friends would really be interested in “liking” my page or subscribing to my feed, I will keep blogging my heart out here no  matter what.

Being on twitter, I was trying to ReDesign my twitter background, and accidentally stumbled upon the below presentation made by Marta Majewska, Vice President, Digital & Social Media Strategist at Porter Novelli. I immediately felt like sharing this on my website. The twitter mantra is as simple as:

1. Fill up your Bio(Profile) completely

2. Always Retweet and thus give credit to other tweeters.

3. Limit the length of your tweets to 120 characters, thus allowing your followers to easily Retweet.

4. Grow your follower base by interesting and relevant tweets.

5. Do not follow too many people at once.


About the author

Praveen Rajarao

Praveen Rajarao is an Entrepreneur and in his spare time blogs on his website – and His topics range from blogging to technology to affiliate programs and making money online and how-to guides. Daily Morning Coffee is also accepting Guest Posts from Professional Bloggers at this time, take a look at “Write For DMC” page for more details on the same.


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  • Coming from v7n… Your blog is looking good.

    I’m recently working on getting a Twitter following going and integrated with Facebook and soon Linked In.

    Just getting starting with it though. Dealing with some of the learning curves.

    • Thanks David. I saw your reply on v7n. It gives me some insight, will follow up with you on the same.

  • Thanks for visiting my blog.

    I like the simplicity of your blog layout and also of the posts – one idea at a time and to the point.

    “5. Do not follow too many people at once.”
    After a while, this gets rather difficult, as I like to follow back anyone who has followed me who seems somewhat interesting. Hey, there are a lot of smart, informative people in this world!

    • Leora – What I implied with that comment was if you follow too many people at once you may even miss out on many of their tweets while you are at it. Well, of course there are smart and informative people whom we would like to follow, but maybe we need to take it easy :-). Happy Tweeting.

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