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  1. I had no idea about the differences in “@” versus “.@” in all the years I’ve been using Twitter! That alone is so helpful! You mentioned spreading tweets throughout the day – is there a particular time that appears to be most effective in terms of gaining interactions from followers? Perhaps this is something that could vary depending on the niche. I used to use Twitter more for personal use and connecting with friends a few years ago, but when it comes to using it for business in the present, I’m a bit unsure of myself. I’m interested in checking out these Twitter chats you’ve mentioned – I’ll have to do some research to find them for my industry! It could be a good example of the types of valuable interactions I’m looking for. Thank for sharing!

    • Glad you found the post about Twitter helpful. Depending on your time zone and that of your followers, use common sense re the timing of your tweets. Early morning or early evening work best for me. The instantaneous feature of Twitter makes it a bit overwhelming sometimes with so much data coming at you. From a business perspective contact directly those people you wish to build a relationship with and start by sending value-add tweets and messages to them. So many simply bombard everyone with their products and services – drives me crazy. Be different and build a relationship based on shared benefits. Also get used to retweeting your selected followers best tweets.

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