It is easy to see that there are ares for improvement on Twitter behavior, but how do we define it and agree on it and abide by it? It does not seem like there is a one-size-fits-all approach, and, as many on the chat agreed, it is somewhat subjective.
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We all have them. Pet Peeves. Yes, even on Twitter.
So, now that we have defined the Twitter pet peeves, what do you do about it?
Are there ways that we can help improve behavior on Twitter? Should we even bother trying?
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We all have pet peeves that happen on Twitter. Here is a somewhat humorous look at some of them: SocialWebCafe: 15 Things We Don't Want To Know.
So, what is your pet peeve list for Twitter?
Why should Twitter Etiquette matter? Check out this article on <a href="http://growmap.com/twitterquette/" target="_blank">Growmap: Twitterquette</a>.
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