Twitter is one of the biggest social networks on the Internet, but if you haven’t joined it yet, you might have some questions. In this tutorial we’ll go over all the basics of Twitter and offer you a ton of good tips and trick along the way.

This tutorial starts off with (briefly) going over how to create a Twitter profile, then how to customize your profile, Twitter terminology, navigating twitter, and finally a ton of random tips and tricks.

Links Mentioned In This Class:
Our 1Password Class: http://youtu.be/8HSxWUqwpzU
Twitter & Facebook Sticker with NFC Chip: http://amzn.to/1FMqnQp
Fiverr (for cheap graphic design): http://vnlink.co/SJZbpsb
My Blog on Privacy/Internet Security: http://bit.ly/1wdTtoS
Pixelmator Class: http://youtu.be/77NHkmc1EVA
Pixlemator (product): http://bit.ly/1oNPSne

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20 Responses to “Twitter Tutorial For Beginners”

  1. peter van

    I just opened a brand spanking new twitter account.
    This was my first tweet:
    I would like see regime change in the US
    Starting with the removal of strongman Bolton the Clown

    30 seconds later I received the following:
    Your account has been locked

  2. makeitsupersized

    Twitter sucks this platform bans people for taking up for themselves and defending people against bullies they don't know people's stories and they don't care. Twitter sucks. Twitter cares more about the bullies feelings than an actual person whose being bullied. This site does not care about your thoughts or feelings.

  3. Dirk Anderson

    Whatever, I got a little heated the other day, in the midst of Android update and everything, got locked out, so I just uninstalled.
    I don't get much out if it, more interested the nature of this surveillance business model etc.
    Seems like the weekend partime cubicle workers whoever they are ? Are more judgemental. Hopefully I won't reinstall it.
    YouTube is not as wild as it used to be, as a student of #Sanskrit I used to have Indian Hindu nationalists dog pile on me!
    Pseudo Quasi free speech at best.
    Facebook forget it.
    YouTube has been very helpful for hobby and entertainment, ergo try to behave myself, but for the more refined rarified things such as Sanskrit etc forget it!