Top 10 Articles For…Twitter (Part 2)
This latest in the Top 10 Articles For…Series follows on from last weeks Twitter post and whereas last week I was focusing on the basics, this post is more about the some of the different ways that you can use other applications and tools to get the best out of Twitter together with some tips and hints.Â There is always room for a bit of fun as well.
Please click on the images to read the articles.
1. 140 Twitter Discoveries
To get you in the Twitter mood lets start with this amazing article from Milana aka @rM1L published by Tech 18. Milana has found 140 different possible ways to get something out of your Twitter experience.
2. Twitter Birds (1)
Are you looking for something a bit different to adorn your website with Twitter related stuff? Try this article from @amymaeelliott published on Mashable which signposts some great fun sources for Twitter Birds, one of them is the main image on this page. (Source Flickr Marek.Sotak)
3 Twitter Birds (2)
4. Twitter Background
5. Who Tweets you?
This article by Dave Larson was published by Tweetsmarter and is a real mine of useful information.Â Dave lists and reviews some of the Twitter Search Engines that you can use to monitor or locate Tweets that you thought might have been lost.Â I find Backtweets particularly useful in finding out who has RT’d or mentioned one of my posts without adding my Twitter name.
6. Keep your Tweets sweet
7. Twitter Tools
There are so many Twitter Tools out there that it’s difficult to pick out the best but I think that this article from @ruhanirabin does a pretty good job.
8. Make your Retweet count
Whatever your motive for RT’ing, and I hope all of yours are pure, it would be nice to know that the person you are Tweeting actually knows about it. Â Until I read this article from @raybeckerman posted on Ray’s 2.0 I wasn’t aware that this is often not the case.Â Thanks Ray, you can expect my RT soon!
9. Watching the Twitter world
10. A day in the life
There are many more fantastic articles out there to help us with Twitter so please let me know which have been the most helpful for you.