I recently celebrated being on Twitter for a decade. Having had a Twitter account for over 10 years, I like to think I’ve learnt a thing or two about using the site. I’ve witnessed the best and worst sides of Twitter as well as nearly every meme, viral video and story thread that has filled our feeds. So to mark my time on the site, I have compiled a few helpful rules for using Twitter that I try to stick to. Hopefully, you’ll find them useful too.
Twitter is a bit of a stressful place at the moment, what with Brexit, Trump and other nonsense filling our feeds on a daily basis. It can seem like there’s nothing but politics and bad news as we scroll through our feeds.
I’ve been working in social media in some form or another for over seven years now with some fantastic campaigns and projects under my belt. I thought it was about time I shared just a few of the things I’ve learnt whilst working in the digital world.
Whenever people start talking about what changes Twitter needs, there’s one thing that’s guaranteed to come up: an edit button. People are desperate for something to fix those annoying typos. And while it’s something that I’d like to see down the line there are a few other features or improvements that I think are desperately needed on the platform. Take a look at five of the areas I’d like to see some improvements: