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Teaching Twitter Alexis DeMarco -ardemarc
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What is twitter? Twitter is a form of social messaging Users can have quick updates with a limited number of characters I think of it as a website with people constantly updating statuses like a Facebook status
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Step 1 First you must create an account You can use any personal email to register for an account
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Step 2 After you register, sign into your twitter account
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Tweeting!
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What is a Tweet? A tweet is basically an update that you want to share It can be anything from what you are doing at that moment, a website that you want to share, a message that you want to send to someone, anything that you want to share with your followers
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Tweeting You can tag any of your followers in your tweet, which will send them a notification that you mentioned them You can hashtag any phrase or word that is in your tweet
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Following vs. Followers
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Following You can ‘follow’ anyone When you ‘follow’ someone all of their updates will show up on your timeline which will be your homepage You can follow friends, family, organizations, companies, etc.
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