Twitter Has Come A Long Ways: You Can Too
Learn to use this marvelous tool correctly and you’ll discover an amazing addition to your life. Favor and scan what you want to see, ignore what you don’t want. You can even make friends on Twitter. If you think Twitter is about where you have coffee and donuts, you’re missing the boat. Here are some examples of tweets that take you to other places and lead you to great things.
— Jeff (@jeffdegraff86) May 1, 2014
A Long, Long Ways, Baby!
The more I use Twitter, the more impressed I am with its tremendous power to reach out, to discover, to make friends and learn things. You’ll find you have far more to gain than you could ever lose. It’s a matter of learning and using the tool.
Start with a Handle
Mine is @PridahoProp Yes, it’s that simple. Make one up. They’ll tell you if it’s taken. Just get in there and start following. Look at how others are using it.
— Juanamartinez (@Juanama88975326) August 18, 2014
Come on. Get a grip; hang in there. Life will improve. The more time you put in on what you don’t know, the easier it becomes. It’s that way with everything. Practice makes perfect.
What you don’t do, you won’t learn.
Oh, and don’t forget to read Twitter’s help guide and policies. Then it’s like learning to swim: the more you get in the water, the easier it gets to be.
— Jeff (@jeffdegraff86) July 16, 2014
Picaso is the artist who showed us that it starts with the painting of a single line. Remember that photo? I do. You can find it on Google Images.
How Do You Learn This Darn Stuff?
Understanding comes by making mistakes, observing, correcting, working, being patient and watching others.
— BYUNGHO YOO (@ybh4618) August 18, 2014
Far from a waste of time, Twitter is being used by some of the more advanced minds in the world, by some of the world’s greatest religious leaders, by astronauts, by militants, by yes, everyday folks too, like me.
Here’s where you’ll find my handle. See below:
— PridahoProperties (@PridahoProp) August 16, 2014
I know; you’re thinking I’m all wet. But really, I hope you’ll follow!