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In no particular order, here are some of them:
Sending automated direct messages thanking people for following.
Telling new followers they should also follow you on Facebook.
Only posting teasers and links.
Tweeting who followed you to all your followers.
Thanking everyone who RTed you in one Tweet.
Back-to-back posts within seconds of each other.
Back-to-back posts that all have links to more.
Sending Facebook posts to Twitter and linking to Facebook for more.
Tweets with two links.
Too many hashtags in a single Tweet make that Tweet unreadable.
Egg head for profile photo. Please add an updated photo that reflects what you look like.
Those “The Daily … ” is out Tweets.
Those “My week on Twitter. 12 new followers…” Tweets.
Tweets with photos that link to Instagram.
Tweets that use text speak.
Tweets that try to share too much information and end up not making any sense.
Some of these might be OK with some audiences while they turn off other audiences.
There are probably others. Which ones did I miss? Which ones do you disagree with? Tweet me at @ctrappe.
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