20 Tips to Keep You from Being a Twit on Twitter.
Urbandictionary.com defines a “twit” as:
1: joe smith is the coolest man alive, look at me i wrote my name i am joe smith
2: joe smith is a twit
In a lot of ways, millions of users have found Twitter as a useful tool. Take journalists, for instance. According to media bistro.com “59 percent of journalists worldwide now use Twitter.” According to a study by Infographic “46 percent of workers say that their productivity has greatly or somewhat increased because of social media use in the office, and more than one-third (37 percent) say that they could do their job better if their organization's management was more on-board in the use of social tools in the workplace.”
What does all of this mean?
- Here is TechnoGranny’s definition of a double twit. Check your environment before you tweet. Don’t ignore the people you’re with in real life to tweet. Consider how your behavior will be viewed before you do it. Tweeting from a speaking engagement or event to help publicize the event is acceptable; tweeting during a private meeting is not. And unless you are tweeting about the great food at a restaurant at a lunch with your friend and sending a picture, it’s just plain rude. Also always ask permission from your friend to add their name.
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Read the full article by Kevin Allen, The 10 Essentials of Twitter Etiquette here: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/227038#ixzz2hf32wue7
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