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15 Most Common Terms Used in Twitter [Infographic]

15 MOST COMMON TERMS USED IN Ewitter Despite the site's character limit hashtags, mentions, and acronyms make it easy for users to track down popular topics and set new ones. Check out these terms that are commonly used on Twitter: TWEET A 140 character post you make on Twitter. HT (HAT TIP) Used to give credit to a user who owns an article, blog, video or photo you shared. FOLLOWER A user who follows you and reads your TWEEPS A term used for your DM (DIRECT MESSAGE) Twitter's internal messaging tool in which you note a person to send you a message privately. most contacted friends. (eg "HT COutsource_Phils") tweets. #FF ( FOLLOW FRIDAY ) TWITTERATI A term used for Twitter It's a recommendation thing that people do every Friday. This is one of the most common hashtags business Owners should know about. A-listers who have plenty of followers. Used to transform a word into a topic or make a particular term searchable. # (HASHTAG ) TWITTERSPHERE The unified group of people who post a tweet. @ [ MENTION ) Used to directly mention a user in your Tweet. (eg "@Outsource_Phils check this out!") (eg #BestOF2015, #UMA, #HowtoTweet) Zzz.. IDK (I DON'T KNOW) An abbreviation used to respond to a question ICYMI (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT) A common abbreviation used to re-share something you previously shared. FOLLOW you don't know the answer. TWEEPLE you click to follow a user. An icon or a button A twitter user. IMO OR IMHO Used to share your opinion about a topic in a respectful way. Twitter is only one of many social networking platforms you can use for an effective social media marketing strategy. ALl you need is a little familiarization so you can make the most out of a 140-character Tweet. But if you want your business to stand out in more than just Twitter, contact Outsource-Philippines today! f in 8+ Outsource-Philippines Source: Business2Community, DanZarella, ITS @AnibalPachecolT

15 Most Common Terms Used in Twitter [Infographic]

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Some perceive Twitter as nothing more than a 140 character-post generator wherein people can stalk celebrities, catch up with the latest trends, get flooded by hashtags, and so on. But for business ow...




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