Twitter: master the language of tweeting

18 Apr 2016 Twitter: master the language of tweeting

Believe it or not, you can use Twitter for business – it’s not just for cyberstalking celebrities and providing exhilarating, up-to-the-minute updates on what you had for lunch.

In actuality, the microblogging service is an incredible tool for reaching business objectives. Through this social media platform, you can promote your business, reach out to the media and politicians, get in on relevant conversations attached to hashtags and, ultimately, share your stories – all in 140 characters or less.

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Twitter has revolutionized how information is distributed and consumed, but the weird web words involved in that revolution can sometimes scare users off.

It doesn’t take much to get the hang of the many Twitter-isms. Our video below will help you understand what all the strange symbols filling up your timeline really mean so that you can start tweeting the right way.

Discover the weird web words of Twitter for business:



The web’s a wild and weird place. Now that you’re more familiar with Twitter, take a look at these other posts in our Weird web words series.

For more tweet-speak, check out the Twitter glossary.

Lindey Sudo

Writer and Golden Girls enthusiast Lindey Sudo travels the continent in search of great stories. As a graduate of the Vancouver Film School’s Writing Program, she has spent time brainstorming in writers’ rooms, networking in Los Angeles and captivating audiences on Canada’s Smartest Person in Toronto (as an audience member). Lindey’s all-consuming love for the written word has led to her latest endeavour: content creation. When not glued to her word processor, Lindey enjoys playing guitar, skiing, attempting aerial yoga and Rolling Up The Rim To Win.

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