I personally feel Twitter like the Internet, after all it can be quite useful to keep informed. But remember that the micro-blogging social network also has the potential to be extremely annoying. Am I right? I’ve altered them a trifle thus nobody gets pained if they see their tweet here. Therefore, here we propose some suggestions on what not to do in its 140 characters to your Twitter followers and be more effective on Twitter.
Before we go down into the tips, I thank Raphael Hunold, Community Manager of clubic.com via this tips. Also would like to provide his tweet based on “annoying Twitter followers” for you below:
Top Tips to Annoy your Twitter Followers
1. Retweet People Who’re Praising you – Stay away or give up your ego aside, after all is not very cool to be relaying messages from people complimenting you. Also should’ve enough faith to believe that people who’re following you’re already on your side and don’t need to be conquered.
2. Use Many Abbreviations – You’ll be able to type in 140 characters to convey the message you want, but don’t need to write in a language completely incomprehensible that only uses consonants. This’s quite annoying. [via image]
3. Twittering All the Time – I agree that, it’s quite relative, but always try to think what’s gonna write every three minutes, or a check in every corner you pass, it’s really necessary. Let’s be honest, most people have the famous iPhone. They may be well hidden there inside you, but it exists! So, use your common sense and get to know when you’re overdoing it. Or do you want your posts become spam to your followers? Remember, less often, is more.
5. Exposing People to Open Messages – This goes for all social networks, but not worth remembering, isn’t it? Staying discussing private matters to all your followers seem not be cool, after all they’ve nothing to do with it. Also don’t forget to use the private messages or put your @username into something that’s directed at a specific person. For an e.g, slightly visit @google.
6. Use Hashtag without Moderation – The hashtags (#) are a very interesting tool to filter issues and find information, but it shouldn’t be used in front of all the words you write in your tweets. Besides # # of # # annoy your followers # # # # also you do that with # # # # Tool # miss this # your # # # and sense functionality.
7. Begging to be Followed – No need to explain this very item, right? It’s quite annoying to wanna force people to follow you, after all we use the network to track issues and people that really interest us and are relevant.
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