Top 10 Tips on Microblogging sites like Twitter, FriendFeed, Tumblr…

When you start participating in the Microblogging community, be careful When and what you share, no one wants to know a person with absolutely no social etiquette. It takes time and effort to build up your number of followers but if you are in any way offensive, it’s easy for people to just stop following you.

1) Update several times daily.

2) Link your Microblogs together to save time.

3) Be authentic and personal

4) Be able to express, write the title and ask for re-post (retweet)

5) If you haven’t heard the buzz about CEOWORLD Live!
then register an account there and link your Twitter account to it, you can also post small (200 chars or less) text notices about yourself, where you are, what you’re doing, or practically anything you want. You can also subscribe to the posts of your real life friends, co-workers, family…., or other people you’re interested in.

6) When sharing information share 31% help others, 22% personal experiences, 27% informative, 17% Business related and 3% other info (Cutting Tools).

7) Post balanced and rich content, not too specialized or too niche

8) provide content that followers want instead of what you want them to read

9) You must make Twitter posting a part of your daily routine. Set times of the day when you’ll post something, and don’t hold back from posting if something strikes your fancy.

10) Not everything has to be about business, products or services. Social networking is often about sharing information and insights. The community appreciates commentary and alerts from multiple sources about multiple topics.

Top Microblogging Website’s List:

1.Twitter: Twitter is the leader of the Pack and has become almost synonymous to microblogging. Twitter has popularized the concept of microblogging. It has changed the way people use the internet and has increased the time they use the computer.

2. FriendFeed: Friendfeed is a microblogging site which is close on heals with Twitter with it’s a real time aggregator that combines instant messaging and microblogging.

3. Tumblr: This Site is known for its simplicity and functionality. It is a combination of microblogging and social networking and allows you to post text, pictures, video, audio, chat and links.

4) CEOWORLD LIve!- CEOWORLD Live! in a nutshell is a simple social networking website that takes just a couple clicks to post anything or to start a discussion. If you register for an account, you can post small (200 chars or less) text notices about yourself, where you are, what you’re doing, or practically anything you want. You can also subscribe to the posts of your real life friends, co-workers, family…., or other people you’re interested in.

5. Posterous: Posterous is one of my favorite micro-blogging platform in this article and I use it to promote my articles.

6. Plurk: Plurk is a combination of social networking and microblogging. The updates or messages in Plurk are called plurks.

7. Identi.ca: Identi.ca is a microblogging service that runs on an open source, Creative Common framework.

8. Dailybooth: The concept behind Dailybooth is to take and upload a picture of yourself everyday, and chronicle your good days, bad hair days, and dog blogging days. It’s simple to use – you upload or email in your pictures and it’s done.

Editor, Megan Batchelor

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Associate business editor at the CEOWORLD magazine for Fashion, feminism, travel, & lifestyle. Slowly, painfully learning Chinese. Native New Yorker. Reader, traveler, quiet car rider.
Editor, Megan Batchelor