- TwiTip, Wednesday, January 21, 2009 2 PM
Jason Annas clears up the mystery of proper Twitter etiquette, because some people spend way too much time thinking about the process and not doing. I know this firsthand. Since I've been pondering
for months what to post on Twitter, my account remains dormant. Ironically, without sending one tweet, I have gained followers (go figure).
So, for those who have procrastinated too
long, Annas suggests creating a "swipe file" of users, which he explains in the post. Choosing five Twitters accounts to model, he analyzes the stats from each in a tool called Twitter-Friends. This
will tell him how many tweets the person posts daily, the number of replies they send, and more.
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