If you want to Twitter, then learning how to comment on Twitter is vital because that is the main thing people do. The purpose of Twitter is to keep in touch with people and keep up with what they are doing. It is a great way to “talk” to people and follow what they are doing. You receive content and can deliver the content from other users. It is a little like blogging when you comment on someone’s blog but it is limited to only 140 characters. It is a great way to interact with people you know and even people you don’t. It’s a great way to make friends. It’s also fun to be a Twitter follower to famous people, etc.
To do a comment on Twitter is very simple. The steps below will take you through this process step by step.
- When you are on someone’s Tweet page it is best to comment with @username. Say the person you are Tweeting has a username of tweeter you would comment with @tweeter. This is the best way to comment because some messages are spam. If you Tweet them with their username they will more than likely see your post.
- If they have a lot of Tweet followers your comment could get lost. It’s okay to comment again in a few days to be sure they see your Tweet.
- You can only Tweet other Tweet users if they follow you. It’s a lot like blogging. Some people have their blog set to where you can’t comment without being added as a friend. Twitter is the same way. They have to Tweet you if you want to Tweet them!
Twitter is fun and a great way to keep up with people you know and even people you don’t. The above steps will help your Twitter experience a good one.
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