Twitter has made it harder to retweet other people’s tweets. This article shows how you can still do that.
This article looks at how you can try to avoid negativity on social media. What tools and techniques can be used and what mindset to use to not drive yourself crazy.
Estimated read time: 4 minutesBelow, in what was first written in early 2016, I’m examining if tweets with images actually perform better. In November 2017, I felt the need to update this post with one more test, which I’m sharing here: Do tweets with images […]
What you need to know when replying to people on Twitter.
Estimated read time: 3 minutes Twitter moves fast, and I tweet more than 200 times – sometimes more than 300 or 400 times – per week. With that volume, it can be hard for new followers to figure out what my Tweets are about. New […]
Estimated read time: 1 minutesTo learn how to retweet yourself read this article here! Yes, as of August 2016, Twitter still allows the repeating of Tweets within reason and you can even retweet yourself. I do repeat myself on Twitter and use SocialOomph.com to do that. But here’s […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesI’ll fill the Twitter profile out later. Who visits profile pages anyway? Nobody, right? That’s what I thought. People catch Twitter updates in their stream and follow people as they run across them. Of course, running across them often means to […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesI recently posted Photo No. 1,000 and reached 1,000 followers on Instagram and it’s one of my main networks in 2016. Currently, I’m highly active on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram. Sometimes I feel the need to also post an Instagram […]
Estimated read time: 1 minutesI love Twitter and have made many meaningful connections over the years. But there are some practices that don’t necessarily add much to the conversation, in my opinion. In no particular order, here are some of them: Sending automated direct messages […]