25 Twitter Tips To Help You Tweet Like A Pro

Posted by , Updated on August 9, 2014

Almost everyone we know has a Twitter account and have a multitude of reasons for what and why they use Twitter. Some use it as a news feed while others use it as an RSS feed and some use Twitter as a messaging tool to communicate with friends and family. Aside from personal uses, Twitter has become an essential promotional tool for bloggers, Internet marketers and social media professionals. The question is then: Are you making the most of the time you spend on Twitter and generating the positive results you expect? To answer that question, we gathered 25 Twitter tips to help you tweet like a pro from successful, influential power Twitter users.


Joyce Cherrier @JoyceCherrier

Joyce Cherrier

“Consider your followers. Like words thrown out while highly emotional in an argument, tweets have a lasting impact – good OR bad. Tweeting what you are passionate about is admired and welcomed — being mean and abusive is not. Think about your tweets  before you tweet them, and know they are permanent and cannot be taken back. Make your tweets count in some positive way for someone and it will return to you in a positive way. More important than gaining followers, you will gain positive interactions and relationships.”

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Mahei Foliaki @Iconic88

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“Social Media Success = sharing, caring, listening, humor, being of service and being a better version of yourself”

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Michelle Mangen @Mmangen

michelle Mangen

“If you’re new to Twitter and looking to find people to follow sign up for a free account at SocialOomph. One of their free features is “keyword alerts”. You can have these emailed to you (they have two different email delivery options: 12 & 24 hours). You can add up to 50 keywords examples could include a specific industry, geographic location, or keyword phrase e.g. “gluten free (they even have a wizard to help you if you aren’t comfy with Boolean search) You can sign uphere.”

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Neal Schaffer @NealShaffer

Neal Schaffer

“The best tip I can give you is to acknowledge and engage with those that engage with you, assuming they’re real people (yes, Twitter is full of bots…). Don’t just send out random thank you tweets, though: Try to personalize them for each user – and as you begin to use Twitter to find news and information that is relevant to your objective, give preference to curating and sharing content from those that support you.”

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Patricia Wilson @BrandCottage

Patricia Wilson

“If you are new to twitter, the best way to learn is to find a few mentors and watch them carefully. I created lists of my mentors and they became invaluable in helping me easily follow the tweets of my mentors. Some key mentors to learn from should come from people in your industry, trade publications, active social media people. Once you have created a list of mentors, follow some of their tweet tactics: how they create unique retweets, how they @mention people, how they spread their scheduling throughout the day, how they vary their tweets to appeal to their core audience, how they shorten links, and how they engage with their followers. Most importantly, stay with it. It will pay off and become rewarding and fun.”

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