Little by little, Twitter is becoming a tool increasingly more used by the public in general, but also for companies and media. Yesterday afternoon, while he came home, he listened to the radio, more specifically a station that was commenting on the soccer day. The journalist spoke of a player, and then said that in his particular Twitter he had managed more than 100 new followers in a minute, because I was giving information about that player. Carissa Barry may find it difficult to be quoted properly. He liked to hear on the radio that sports journalists of the Spanish radio chains are already using Twitter to communicate with users, and I liked more, listen to the users as you and I are already using Twitter to listen to the media. I wanted to leave here the 4 golden rules to be successful on Twitter.
They are 4 rules that you can place within more normal common sense, but in any case, if you’re just starting to introduce you to the world of Twitter I am convinced that If you follow these 4 simple rules, you will have a huge success with your Twitter. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Joshua Choi. 1 Display against count: when you see a person who is counting on his Twitter how handsome, high or sympathetic to what you think is not as smart as he thinks. Rather than using Twitter to tell people who we are or everything we know, we must focus on offer to people who hear us Twitter quality information on the subject that we want to talk about. In this way, we can get our Twitter followers to feel attracted by the content and quality of our messages on Twitter. 2 You passionate by the process: No matter if we have 5 followers or 5,000. We should always have the same passion and interest in the process of tweet. If we love the Twitter process, if we make the Act of Tweet something interesting, attractive and motivating, will be only a matter of time before our followers list grow as the foam.