When is it time to let a Twitter account go and press the unfollow button? Not as soon as you think—but immediately when it’s time.
There are many ways to do your Twitter community wrong. And for me, this social media habit tops the list. HINT: It’s not scheduling and sending automated DMs.
Ah, the early 2000s. The dawn of the new millennium brought us trends like peasant tops and cargo pants, emo rock and boy bands, TRL and AIM, and cell phones that were basically just phones. Even the good old days can make us cringe. What was also a big deal in the early 2000s was…
TWITTER NEWS FLASH! We can now add media (that’s pics, GIFs, videos, polls, etc.) with no character penalty! But now the questions stands: Do we really need more than 140 characters for tweets to get our point across?
Trying to hack that popular hashtag for some more ❤️s and follows? That’s an easy way to alienate your social media audience—and get marketers like me to call you out. This is a tale of a brand abusing the wrong hashtag and tying me into their mishap.