Twitter Tips and Resources – Part 35

Posted on 07 January 2011

This is Part 35 of an ever-growing series of blog posts, each one featuring links to 10 useful, funny and/or provocative articles/lists/blog posts/videos/sites I’ve come across about how to use twitter more effectively (and how NOT to use it).

Here are the latest 10:

  1. “21 Twitter Tips From Socially Savvy Companies” by Brian Solis (@briansolis on twitter)
  2. “Results! Twitter – How to Write Tweets That Get Peeps to Take Action” by Michele PW (@michelepw)
  3. “Twitter For Math Nerds!” by Misty Belardo (@mistygirlph), featuring a short video by Josh Sundquist (@JoshSundquist)
  4. “Twitter: Subverting the English language? The negative effect of LOL-speak and fractured grammar” by Michael C. Burton (@mcburton84)
  5. “6 Twitter Tips for Small Business Beginners” by Courtney Boyd Myers (@CBMyers)
  6. “How to use Twitter for customer service” by J-P De Clerck (@conversionation)
  7. “7 Twitter crimes that should be outlawed” by Amber Avines (@wordsdonewrite)
  8. “What Does Your Twitter Avatar Say About You?” by Deana Goldasich (@goldasich)
  9. “10 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Twitter Before Your Competitors Do” by Jeff Bullas (@jeffbullas)
  10. “8 Sentences to Immediately Cut From Your Twitter Bio” by Marian Schembari (@MarianSchembari)

For a list of links to Parts 1-34 in this series (which was born on May 19, 2009), see the Twitter category on this blog.

Would you like to recommend any other good twitter resources? I certainly don’t list EVERY article about twitter that I see – I might recommend an article that I disagree with, if I think it contributes something useful to the debate, but I won’t recommend an article that I think is badly written.

Happy tweeting!

Kay Ross

2 responses to Twitter Tips and Resources – Part 35

  • Kay, that’s a great list. Here’s a quick (and fun) guide to Twitter lingo I posted on my blog some time ago:

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