Still spooked by Twitter? 3 articles to help you become a super-tweeter

Twitter is one of those apps that is best learned by using it. The most important thing you can do is get started. You really can’t make that many mistakes. Just remember to have fun and enjoy the people you meet online.
— Michael Hyatt

You're keen to get Tweeting or Tweeting Better

Twitter can be daunting.  Tweets, retweets, handles and hashtags.  There's a whole twitter language to learn.  Even if you've had a bit of a go at Twitter you may not be fully optimising what this social media can do for your blog, career or business.  

There are loads of benefits for using Twitter exclusively as an information source.  Yet there are many more advantages for you if you become an active tweeter.  So many things to learn and connections to make.  

Twitter is nearly 10 years old and there are plenty of guides out there to help you

Yep, Twitter is no spring chicken.  Twitter will turn ten in March, 2016.  This means there are lots of Twitter experts who write  articles to help you get started or brush up your skills. 

There are plenty of articles out there.  Not all the articles are good.  I can't go past this short list.  

Recommended Twitter Guides for Beginner to Intermediate Users.

The Beginners Guide to Twitter Comprehensive steps to set up your Twitter account expertly written by Michael Hyatt.  

Twitter Tips for Beginners: Everything I Wish I Knew About Twitter When I Started Love this article by Keven Lee from Buffer Social.  Links to other twitter articles.

50 Tweetable Twitter Tips You Wish You Knew Years Ago This list by on Hubspot is great.  It's a go back to list.  A way to do a check up on your Tweeting.  Don't let the list overwhelm you.  Take on a couple of these tips a week and revisit the list on a regular basis to slowly increase your Tweeting skills.

Question: Have you hesitated to use Twitter in the past?  I'd love to hear why in the comments section below.