This is Part 2 of my blog series featuring Hubspot’s AWESOME eBook “Using Twitter for Business: An Introductory Guide” http://bit.ly/HubSpotTwitter4Business #Twitter 4 #Business bit.ly/TwitterVocab @Hubspot @HowCast “TWITTER VOCABULARY” (Using Twitter 4 Business - Part 2) — Keith Keller(@KeithKeller) February 15, 2012 For people who are just getting started, it‘s useful to first grasp and familiarize yourself with some of the common terminology associated with Twitter. Twitter Handle: Also known as a username. This is the name you select to represent yourself on Twitter. To Follow: To subscribe to someone‘s updates on Twitter. You do this by clicking the “Follow” button on that specific person‘s Twitter page, which can be found at http://twitter.com/USERNAME. (Insert the specific person‘s username into the URL (i.e) http://twitter.com/HubSpot When you follow someone, their updates will be displayed on your Twitter homepage so you know what they are doing. To Follow Back: To subscribe to the updates of someone who has recently started following you. In Twitter‘s notifications settings, you can indicate whether you‘d like to receive an email alert whenever a new person follows you receive. In the email, there will be a link to that person‘s profile. By clicking the link, you can check out who they are and decide to follow them back or not. It is not required to follow everyone back, but many people like to. Follower: A person who has subscribed to receive your updates. You can view your total number of followers on your Twitter profile page. Update: Also known as a tweet. Each update can be no longer than 140-characters. (Later we will talk about different types of...
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