Twitter 101: A Twitter User Guide

Twitter has just released Twitter 101, a guide for using Twitter.

Twitter 101

Twitter 101

The guide explains what Twitter is, how to get started using Twitter, common Twitter terms, Twitter best practices and some Twitter case studies.

With Twitter growing so rapidly while having problems engaging and retaining its audience, this guide should help explain and clarify Twitter’s unique value proposition to both new and old users alike.

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7 Responses to “Twitter 101: A Twitter User Guide”

  1. wanda Says:

    Thanks for the tip. Will check out Twitter 101. When I first joined, I was totally lost and read two books to get me up to speed.

  2. kl2u Says:

    Good tips indeed…will get the copy to. Thanks

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  3. pickwebagents Says:

    thanks 🙂

  4. h734607 Says:

    Very useful tips…thx
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  5. sompisti Says:

    thanks for the tips…

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  6. viruthagiri Says:

    Hey nice blog about twitter. I do have a blog similar to this. Its all avout twitter. http://learnabouttwitter.blogspot.com tell me your opinion

  7. Using Social Media in Ministry – Part 3 of 3 « Victory Circle Says:

    […] 4. Twitter. A new social networking site, Twitter answers “What are you doing right now?” in 140 characters or less. Twitter has been referred to as “micro-blogging” and is a fun way to network with parents and colleagues. You can create a free account in minutes, update it in minutes, and customize the look of your page to reflect your ministry or organization.  Post quick updates on ministry news, current events, what’s happening next, and link to hot topics on your blog (uh, you do have a Children’s Ministries blog, right?).  Twitter is especially great for people with smart phones (iPhones, Blackberries, etc.) who can send and receive updates on the go, but all you really need is a computer with internet access.  For more, see: Twitter 101: A TwitterUser Guide. […]

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