Create Your Voice on Twitter

03 Feb

Lexi Verret

When using Twitter with the intent to gain a following, either for a brand or personal use, the first place to start is to decide your purpose. You have to establish what you are going to tweet about, what topic is your main focus? It always best to establish your voice, and then build and strengthen it.

 The next step is to focus in your topic. This is where the building and strengthening comes in. In my social media class, we are learning that it is best to focus on the one topic you have picked, and then work on becoming creditable in that field. As we learned you should not be a “jack of all Twitter subjects.”  I completely agree with this phrase. It is better to zoom-in on the subject you choose to focus on. If you spread your knowledge out across many topics then you will appear…

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