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The Ultimate Twitter Guide
By: Katie Gatto
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    Table of Contents:
  • The Ultimate Twitter Guide
  • The elements of your profile
  • Some Twitter Dos and Don'ts
  • Following Others on Twitter

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    The Ultimate Twitter Guide - The elements of your profile

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    Location. Be specific, but not too specific. If you are set up in a town, use that name. If you happen to hail from a metropolitan area, then you can be more specific. Just also use common sense.

    Try Center City Philadelphia, not your office's address

    Biography. Keep it short and sweet; remember that this is a limited space venue. Always make your bio honest, but highly targeted. Gamers probably do not care that you love your pet poodle.

    Interests. Treat this like a list of keywords, only be sure that they are coherent. Since you are promoting a specific site, you will want to match your personal keywords closely to the ones for the site. The closer that you can get them, the better.

    Now your profile has been created and you can go about the business of creating your first Tweets, but before you begin to post, let us take a look at some of the dos and don'ts that you need to be aware of when you post to Twitter.

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