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Peter Lang / Perspectives  

Change Your Twitter Profile Header Image: Template

Twitter just announced a new feature which allows you to upload a header image. Twitter’s version of Facebook’s cover photo. The new design moves your profile picture to the right side of the screen and makes it slightly smaller. Your header image appears behind your profile picture as well as your name, bio, etc. What? […]

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How To Annoy People On Twitter #Guaranteed

Twitter can be great for information, laughs, and meeting new people. It can also be a great source of annoyance. Here are 3 #guaranteed ways to get people to unfollow you faster than sugar free gum loses flavor. Tweet Overload An active Twitter account is a positive thing. 500 tweets in 1 day is not. […]

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How To Find Out How Many Twitter Lists You Are On

To find out how many lists you are listed on log in to Twitter and go to your profile. You can get Twitter lists by going to https://twitter.com/YOURUSERNAMEGOESHERE/membership Once you are looking at your profile page click “Lists” on the menu under your cover image. Then click “Member Of” on the right, above the lists […]

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Gaining Quality Twitter Followers

There are behaviors you can engage in on Twitter to inflate your follower count. The problem with most of them is they do not net quality followers. It’s pretty useless to have 20k followers and have only one person respond to you when you ask a question or try to run a promotion. Instead of […]

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The Art of Twitter: How To Compose The Perfect Tweet

140 characters is all you have, better use them wisely. Twitter is great for many reasons, one of them is the character limit. It forces you to eliminate the fluff and get to the point. Making it easier for the readers to digest information quickly. If you are using Twitter professionally or to promote your […]

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What Are Hashtags?

What are Hashtags? Hashtags are keywords preceded by a hash, or pound, symbol “#”. This makes them both searchable and linkable on Twitter. Hashtags do not include spaces and are not case-sensitive. It is possible to “follow” or search for a hashtag. By using a hashtag it is possible for your tweet to be seen […]