If you are a beginner to the whole social media marketing strategy, you will undoubtedly look into getting your business to Twitter. Many business people however will hit a rather off-putting language barrier in the beginning, simply because the communication code definitely starts out confusing. Every social network, from industry organizations to small businesses or groups of fans, has its own specialized terms. You should not discourage and understand that speaking Twitter is not difficult, as long as you nail down some of its basic keywords and phrases.
Following someone on Twitter means you are subscribing to their tweets as a follower or friend. This means all their updates will appear in your timeline. This goes the same when you follow someone. Also, you will be able to exchange direct messages with that person. Your follower/following statistics are also listed on your home page. Following does not have to be reciprocal; someone can follow you without you following them back, and viceversa. Continue reading “How To Talk Twitter: A Beginner Business Glossary With The Most Used Tweeting Phrases”