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How to use Twitter for Beginners


Twitter is all the rage these days. Every time you turn on the news you learn about some "tweet" someone famous has sent, or you hear about Twitter growing more and more in size with each passing day.  If you are a veteran Twitter user, this is just regular news for you. If, however, you are new to the Twitter scene you may have no idea what anyone is talking about. That's where I come in.

So if you are interested in learning exactly what Twitter is and how to use it, read on. Twitter is the ever expanding social media network that lets you follow friends, family, celebrities, and various people, and also lets you send "tweets" out, which all of your friends and followers can see and respond to. You can also follow people and see their "tweets" as they happen, and comment on them and "tweet" back and forth. A "tweet" can best be described as a post, and a post can be anything from your thoughts, feelings, a picture, a video, a meme, news, or anything else.

There are millions upon millions of people on Twitter, so navigating through the vast network can be a little tricky. The very first thing you need to do, if you haven't already, is sign up for the Twitter service, which is free. All you need for this is an email address or a phone number. You can sign up from your computer or mobile device, and I recommend signing up from a computer. After you sign up, you will need to create your profile, find people to follow, and set your preferences. Creating your profile will require a profile picture, some basic information, and you will need to create your Twitter handle. After your profile is set up, you will then need to set your Twitter preferences. This is an extremely important step as failing to set your preferences correctly can lead to a very poor Twitter experience.

Once you have your profile all set up, now the fun can begin. First, you need to find all the people you want to follow. This is fairly simple, and I will have some suggestions for people you can follow, and how to find your friends and family. Once you have started "following" people, you can start tweeting!

I know this may sound a little complicated and overwhelming at first, so I have created an online video course to help you learn how to use Twitter. This online course covers everything from getting started, to tweeting, to finding people to follow on Twitter; and is only 30 minutes long. The course is called "How to Use Twitter for Beginners" and covers all of the following:

  • Signing up for Twitter & Getting Started
  • Explanation of Twitter & how it works
  • Basic Profile setup
  • Twitter Layout & Browsing
  • Using the Top Navigational Bar & Twitter Feed
  • Basic Navigation including viewing pictures, tweets, & videos
  • Trending on Twitter
  • Hashtags: What are they and how to use them
  • Tagging people using the @ symbol
  • Sending Tweets
  • Gaining followers
  • Finding people to follow
  • Finding your friends and family on Twitter
  • Making the perfect profile
  • Twitter Privacy Settings
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Twitter Moments
  • Safety & Security
  • Finding News on Twitter
  • The "Twittersphere"
  • Tips, Tricks, and much more

The online course is divided into 7 chapters, so you can learn at your own pace and take your time. I would recommend this course for anyone interested in learning how to use Twitter, especially people who are new to social media. The course is perfect for beginners, first-time Twitter users, and seniors. 

How to Use Twitter for Beginners will make you a pro at using Twitter in 30 minutes, and you will have access to it forever. The course is guaranteed to teach you everything you need to know on using Twitter, and has even been recommended by some of Twitter's biggest celebrities. You can access the online course here.

Click here to view How to Use Twitter for Beginners Online Course

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  • George Rpbert Luttge Sr on

    I thought I read that learning to use twitter was free. I saw a cost 0f #27.99.

  • Jim Shaffer on

    I’m new to Twitter. I need basic information.

  • james william mccabe sr on

    looking forward to be a tweeter

  • ken on

    Signed up – Now I can tweet back Dump Trump!

  • Jackson F on

    Thank you very much Infinity Guides! My guilty pleasure is following celebrities and hollywood stars and my nephew told me Twitter is the best way to go. Needless the say the class really helped and now I frequently tweet with many people including: Joel Osteen, President Trump, Meryl Streep, and Oprah

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