Chapter 10

Finding Your Tweet Voice

In This Chapter

arrow Diving into Twitter

arrow Deciding whether to tweet for work or fun

arrow Figuring out who you’re tweeting to

arrow Measuring your reach

arrow Knowing what to keep personal and private

If you let it, Twitter can conveniently become an integral part of your day-to-day life. As we’ve learned, Twitter is available almost everywhere through many platforms. Wherever you have Internet or cellular coverage, you can more or less use Twitter.

But as you get up to speed and even “embrace the twecosystem,” writing and sharing in only 140 characters at a time definitely takes some getting used to. It may seem a bit limiting at first, but over time that limitation changes the way you write and communicate. If you plan to use the service with some regularity, you’ll probably want to think at least a little bit about how your updates compare with the image you want to convey.

In this chapter, we explore different approaches to using Twitter and finding your own unique ...

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