Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Twitter etiquette, part of Twitter for Musicians and Bands.
Twitter is a fairly simple medium.…But there are certain unwritten rules that…attempt to keep people from annoying one another.…Despite this group Etiquette you'll still no doubt…run into situations that make you want to scream.…But keep in mind that it's probably bugging others as well.…Rest assured that sooner or later the offender gets…the message and either amends his ways or leaves.…Let's take a look at what you should know.…One of the things that netizens universally hate…is someone communicating in ALL CAPS.…This is considered the equivalent of shouting.…
It's difficult to read, and just plain impolite.…What's rude in real life is rude on Twitter as well.…The problem is more people are more easily offended online,…because they can't see any facial expressions or body language.…And as a result, what you consider to be…a rather harmless tweet can kick up a firestorm.…Where around…this is to think through every tweet before you…send it, and stay away from any provocative language.…Don't use an affiliate link to try to sell your merchandise in a Tweet.…
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