The 18 Unofficial Rules of Tweeting That You Must Know
I’ve been a proud Twitter user for over seven years… but I have to admit that when I first signed up, I had no intention of keeping my account active. I only joined because I was required to do so for a college assignment, but within a couple of days I found myself growing addicted to the social platform.
I was always under the impression that Twitter was a place for people to follow celebrities and share a bunch of mundane, personal information. But little did I know that it could actually be used as a tool to make new connections and have interesting discussions. Within my first year of signing up, I connected with some amazing people that I still keep in touch with to this day. And as an added bonus I even got to discover new artists and communicate with some of my favorite celebrities. It’s been a pretty amazing experience overall. But in the years that I’ve been on Twitter, I’ve noticed that most users have some really annoying habits, and it literally drives me insane. I mean, why in the world would you keep spamming people to get new follows? And why go through the trouble of getting into a heated argument on Twitter, of all places?
If you’re a self-proclaimed Twitter addict who wants to make this platform a better place for everyone, then you should definitely take a look at these 18 unwritten rules all Twitter users must follow: