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« Twitter Etiquette: Tips & Tricks IV (#SWChat) »


As the #SWChat community are massive fans of Twitter, and the 3rd party technology and Twitter's own policies are changing regularly, #SWChat likes to revisit how brands and people should use Twitter to engage better.

This was the 4th Twitter Etiquette event in the series and again we shared the latest tips & tricks to really get the best out of Twitter personally and professionally.

Event Questions

Q1) What is an manageable number of #Twitter followers you should have at any one time?
Q2) What are the DO's and DON'T's for creating a #Twitter bio?
Q3) Is it better to send lot's of tweets rarely, or tweet moderately but often?
Q4) What are the DO's and DON'T's for a #Twitter avatar?
Q5) What bad #Twitter Etiquette really annoys the hell out of you?

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Spreecast Social Video Channel

Panelists (confirmed): Colin Hope-Murray; Greg Lowe; Emily Atkinson

Producer: @LizCpher

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