18 things you should NOT do on Twitter PARODY

18 Twitter #Mega-fails
  1. Do not set up Auto DMs for new followers. It really annoys people.
    Yes, Very Annoys.
  2. Do not “protect your tweets”. What’s the point of using Twitter for marketing if people can’t see your tweets?
    What? Protect Tweets
  3. Do not set up a spam filter for your tweets. Most people won’t follow through with the filter.
    What is Spam filter. Never Heard about it
  4. Do not schedule your tweets so that multiple tweets suddenly appear in your stream at the same time. You will be labelled a spammer and people will unfollow you.
  5. Do not automate tweets of your job postings. Pick a select few, customise each one, and spread it out across the week, alongside great content.
  6. Do not use anything other than a photo of yourself or company logo for your Avatar if you want to be taken seriously (eg. your pet hamster). People prefer to engage with people, so a photo of yourself is recommended, even above a company logo if possible. Put the company logo on your Twitter background instead.
    AMMM, Next
  7. Unless you’re a food blogger, don’t tweet what you had for breakfast/lunch/dinner. People don’t care and you’re wasting their time.
    I saw many did that but only 10% of all see such thing. 
  8. Stay away from banal tweets. I read one the other day that said “Went to scratch my nose and poked myself in the eye”. Immediate “unfollow”!
    I have no idea
  9. And whilst I’m at it, don’t tweet about sex or religion unless this is your area of specialisation and that’s what you’re marketing.
  10. Don’t treat Twitter as a broadcast channel – do more listening and engaging than talking.
    Most Thai start hardly follow anyone too.
  11. Do not overly promote yourself. Be generous, add value and share a lot. It’s the best kind of promotion you can do.
    But technically, we don't know what is best for everone.
  12. Do not use CAPITAL LETTERS – it’s the equivalent of shouting and no-one likes it.
    Sometime it's work.
  13. Do not post your tweet on other social platforms (manually or automatically) unless it is written appropriately for the other platform. E.g. If your tweet contains hashtags or @, remove them for Facebook or LinkedIn. Also remember that the tone of each platform should be different. Best to customise for each one. BTW, keep the hashtags on Pinterest.
    I got many reference from other plaforms.
  14. Do not use more than two hashtags in your tweets. Makes your tweets very unappealing to read.
  15. No-one cares where you checked in, or what you’re the mayor of on FourSquare. Stop polluting feeds with this trivial information.
    Girls love it and it's good for Restaurant Business. 
  16. Don’t set up an auto-tweet announcing how many people unfollowed you. Not cool. Not cool at all.
    No, Idea
  17. Don’t send a tweet without checking your spelling. Spelling mistakes make you look totally unprofessional.
    No, Comment. Most Non Native did I guess and Me too. 
  18. Don’t share a link without crediting your source.
    Please see your reference below