If you are new to Twitter you will appreciate these basic guidelines to set up your Twitter profile. Think of keywords you want to include in your biography and work them in. Use a memorable image for your profile image. This will be seen every time you post and when folks see your profile on […]
You can locate the entire course at the top of the header in the tab with white text reading “Twitter Instructional Videos” Here are the remaining Twitter informational videos. Feedback on these is appreciated. I always enjoy hearing from you so do not be shy… I hope you were able to benefit from the video […]
You can locate the entire course at the top of the header in the tab with white text reading “Twitter Instructional Videos” I hope you are enjoying the video series. Keep watching… it gets very interesting. They are not long and are full of very interesting information. I will pick up with regular posting as […]
Twitter Instructional Video Series. Learn how to tweet for beginners to expert tweeters alike. Be sure to come back often to take full advantage of all the materials in this course. You can download them or use them on this site. There is something for everyone here, Enjoy! Just click on the link below to […]
You can locate the entire course in the green bar below the header text in the tab reading “Twitter Instructional Videos” I am going to be uploading a series of instructional videos for twitter. They are great for the beginner through advanced user. They begin with basic information and become more comples as they proceed. […]
You’ve followed a few people and want to find out what they’ve tweeted. To read your twitter time line, simply log in, hit the home link at the top and scroll down. When you reach the bottom, click the “more” button to see earlier tweets. Repeat as often as you’d like.
You will be taken to a form where you will be asked to add a variety of information.
• Add your full name so people can find you by name.
• Include a user name. For business accounts this is usually a business’ name, domain name, or some variation. For the purpose of this how-to, we’ll use tools4teachers.