10 Extremely Cool Twitter Tricks For Newbies


Twitter Tricks For Newbies: If you are one of the most recorded 600 million users on Twitter, you may be looking for useful tips on how to make your experience more efficient. After all, we can not spend the whole day through our diet and meet the retweets. We are all busy. And luckily there is a ton of useful applications, tools and tricks that can do just that. For example, you can use to create a new Themeleon impressive background to make your account stand out a bit.

And, it is also unnecessary tricks and hacks you can do simply because you can. It will not exactly make you a Twitter power, but it is something to do if you’re ever bored.

No matter what you do with the next rounds, here are our favorite 10 very cool stuff Twitter:


10. Setting Up Twitter Via Mobile SMS

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Twitter was based on the text template, so it makes sense that you can send and receive tweets via your mobile phone. Who says do you need one of those fancy new smartphones?

How to do:

If you already have a Twitter account, which you probably since you visit this page, it’s easy. Just go to Settings on your desktop, select and enter your mobile number. Twitter will send you a verification code. Enter the code and go to sign in on your mobile.

To send tweets via SMS, after linking your phone, find the short code for your country and your tweet text to this code. For example, in the US, you tweet by texting 40404. Once connected, you can select the notifications you want to receive on your phone, such as direct messages.

9. Deleting Location

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There may be times when you do not want people to know where you are. It’s fun to be mysterious sometimes. Here’s how you can turn your Twitter site.

How to do:

Go to Settings, then Security. You will see a location All Delete button. This will remove the location of all your current and previous tweets.

8. Add Multiple Accounts With One Email Address

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Do you have multiple Twitter accounts? If you are a power user, it is no exaggeration that you could have a business and personal account. Instead, log in and between accounts, would it be more efficient to have all your accounts in one place? Of course, it would! Just open your profile page, go to “Accounts” and simply click the “Add Account”. Enter your second username and password, and now you can switch between the two accounts.

The catch? You will need an email address. Or, do you think?

How to do:

If you have a Gmail account, you’re in luck. Gmail has an interesting feature that allows you to change your address by simply adding a point throughout your username. For example, could be [email protected] [email protected] or [email protected]. The cool part is that all of your messages will be sent to you arrive in your mailbox. Why? Because Google ignores the period. Twitter, however, does not. For Twitter, it’s a completely different address.

Another way to use the e-mail account for different handles Twitter is having the typical @gmail for an account and @ googlemail.com for the second. You could probably do with aliases and domain as well. Or just forward all Gmail.


7. Time Your Mobile Alerts

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Have you ever been woken by Twitter alerts at 3 am? If you have friends who like to stay up late and get a little tipsy or because a colleague who lives in a different time zone is already at work, then you know that this can be an annoyance. But, it can be easily solved.

How to do:

Back in the mobile section on your Twitter page and add your phone – you may have already done. From here you can change the settings so that you can receive notifications whenever is best for you.

6. Schedule Tweets

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How To Do It:

While marketers can already do this, you might have to download a program like TweetDeck, BufferLaterBro or Future Tweets to schedule tweets.

In case you did not know, the best time to tweet is from Monday to Thursday 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. for most content. So if you have interesting information to share on a Sunday night, it might be better to wait in the morning. But if you forgot to send this juicy tweet? What about the program?

5. Embed Tweets

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Gone are the days of taking a screenshot of a tweet you want to share on your blog or website. Save time by easily embedding tweets.

How to do:

Select the updates you want to share. On the right side at the bottom of the tweet, next to “Favorite”, you should notice the “More” option. Drop that down and see the “Embed Tweet.” Click this option and a new screen will appear with a code that you copy and paste on your website or blog.

4. Keyboard Shortcuts

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We are all busy, and it’s easy to get lost on Twitter. What began as a look at your notifications Twitter fest became a full-fledged hour. If only there was a way to speed things up. Well, there is of course – with some useful keyboard shortcuts.

How to do:

On your keyboard, simply type the shortcut. For example, typing “g h” will take you back to the home page. In addition to navigation, there are also shortcuts for actions of individual tweets, such as type ‘t’ will retweet. Here is a handy list.

Navigation Timeline:

  • g h and then go home
  • g then r to go to your replies / mentions
  • g then p to go to your profile
  • g then f to go to your favorite
  • g m and then go to your direct messages
  • g then u can search to see the timeline of any user

Actions for individual Tweets:

  • f a favorite tweet
  • r to answer a tweet
  • t retweet
  • m to send a direct message
  • n to compose a new tweet

3. Filter Search Results

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By now you’ve probably played with #Discover. It’s a cool little feature that selects the most interesting tweets and measure the most popular for you. But why not take a step further? Here are ways to filter your searches so you refine the results.

How to do:

Retweet result of the free search, type: [-rt “name”]

Tweets with links: [ “name” -filter: links]

To filter tweets referring to Twitter Name:

[-to: Username] – filter all the tweets from a user;
[- @ User Name] – filter all tweets referring to a user.

Want to know if someone said something good or bad for you?

[“Your name” :)]
[“Your name” :(]


Location: near: New York in the sector: 5MI

Some users: from: username

Since a certain date: since: 01/09/2014
Until the same date: until: 09/01/2014

2. Period Before @mention

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Have you ever spot a period before a @mention? No, it was not error. It serves a purpose. Establishment of a period before @mention, allow your Tweet to appear in the feed of all your followers. Without a period before @mention, your tweet is considered the conversation, it will appear on your feed, the current one that you tweeted, and followers you two actions.

How To Do It:

Just place a dot before the @, like this: .@albertcostill thanks for the book!


1. Gaining More Followers

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Of course, you want to win more followers on Twitter. It’s a little order, right? You can easily do over time by indulging in conversions and retweeting interesting posts. also having a profile picture and bio aid. But if you want to speed up the process a bit?

How to do:

One of the simplest ways is to follow the industry leaders. We talk of influential people such as Jeff Bullas, if you use Twitter for marketing purposes. More importantly, you want to follow people with similar interests. For example, if you are in the music industry, you not only want to follow the musicians, but also producers, DJs, etc. These people have already established connections. So you want to take a look at who they follow and follow the same people, while creating a conversation with them.

Have you used any of these Twitter tricks? If so, how did it work out for you? Was there a trick that we forgot to include?

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