Stay up-to-date with your favorite topics on Twitter the easy way — with clickable tags embedded in your tweets.
3Twitter How-to: Use hashtags
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8Twitter in Plain English
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Twitter might be hard to understand at first, but this short and simple tutorial video doesn’t have to be.
11Twitter How-to: Retweet
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Re-posting others’ tweets is a good way to share information with your followers and earn valuable brownie points in the process.
16How to Find a Job on Twitter
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Believe it or not, plenty of companies are using social media like Twitter to find their ideal job candidates.
18Twitter How-to: Use @replies
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Don’t be a hermit. Use Twitter’s built-in conversation tools to interact with your friends and followers.
24Twitter How-to: Utilize links
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Using links in your tweets can serve multiple purposes and enrich your Twitter experience with multimedia and personal promotion.
30How-to: Use Twitter Lists
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How do you stay organized? With lists, of course. Twitter’s lists feature is indispensable, making it possible to keep tabs on groups of twitterers.
36Twitter How-to: Customize your profile
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If you want to get noticed on Twitter, you’d better make sure your profile is optimized to work for you.
43Twitter How-to: Use Twitter search
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With Twitter’s endlessly useful built-in search function, look for tweets about your favorite people and topics, and find new people with similar interests.
58Twitter How-to: Use direct messages
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Twitter may be public, but it does allow you to send a private message, known as a direct message (or DM), to another Twitter user.