Discussion in 'Forum Issues' started by Shaun Mason, Jun 8, 2012.
On Twitter at least.
So what happens now?
I am so behind on this Twitter thing. I tried to sign up twice right when it came out and the site was down both times resulting in me getting bitter... and anti tech.
I have an account now but I still have no idea what's really going on with it, what a hash tag is, etc...
I didn't know what I was doing at first either. Just follow some people that are really active. You will get the hang of it. My recommendation would be to start with playmates...
LOL. Can't my wife see what I'm doing on there? Or like.. Can't other twitter people see what I'm doing/who I'm following? Don't want half of my follow list to be porn stars...
I didn't say porn stars. I said playmates! A lot of models have good accounts too. People can see it, but I think there are some privacy settings. If not, there are a lot of athletes out there that are super active as well.
Does Twitter have any applicability for an individual league? Would it conceivably be easier to get out messages via Twitter if a I had a Tradition League handle?
I'd use Wuphf (from The Office fame) if I could.
I have @TSO_TMFL
Thanks guys, I mean, is it useful? What are the various ways people get tweets... email? Apps? I seriously don't know how this works. Maybe there is a primer somewhere.
This is awesome
ohhhhhh gosh Hellisan
question, any way to add a hash tag to the tweets we share at the bottom of page or the automatic ones from TSOLive?
that way guys that are not used to twitter dont have to mess with that stuff?
example, a Madden League forum tweet is shared. the hashtag could be #Madden13 and #NFL.
that way people that search NFL and Madden13 will see the tweet we shared.. reach more people out in the twitter universe!!
I use lists to keep things organized in Twitter.
i have lists as well for every professional sport and who i follow that covers said sport.. awesome way to use twitter.
i also use saved searches as well, to check real quick for team news etc. example, #Pens, #Cavs, #Mets, #Browns..
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