3 Twitter Do’s and 3 Twitter Don’ts

 

When it comes to Twitter, there is some etiquette involved. At Salty Waffle we’re all about passing on the social media knowledge we’ve come by, so here are three things you should do on Twitter, and three things you probably shouldn’t. If you are interested in learning more about social media etiquette and best practices, try out one of our classes, they are a load of fun!

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  1. Auto-follow: As Nicole puts it “Twitter auto-following is so 2010″. Websites and software that auto-follow all those who follow you used to be in vogue, but as Twitter has evolved, it’s become outdated and can even be seen as spammy and irritating. Read More.....

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