Keeping tabs on your followers and those you follow is necessary for cutting the noise. Here are some useful tools to help you unfollow non-followers on Twitter
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Deleting a tweet in Twitter is pretty easy. Find out how.
Here are eight tools that will let you enhance your Twitter experience, with some of them allowing you to remove the stuff you don’t want.
Do you know your Twitter password by heart? That’s great, but the problem is there may be more people than you that know it as well.
Twitter introduced a new feature call Bookmarks that allows you to save tweets easily. Here is how it works.
Turning off the notifications on your favorite social network is easy. Here’s how to disable Android notifications for Facebook and various other social networks.
Twitter’s 140-character limit has been discussed often throughout the years. We asked our writers, “How does Twitter expanding to 280 characters affect you?”
Most social networks provide two-factor authentication as a security measure. This will show you how to set up two-factor authentication on various social networks.
Along with communication, social media can also be used financially, and with the Social Media Rockstar Bundle you’ll learn how to use it to make money.
Twitter has been known for its 140-character limit. but it announced that it is extending the character limit to 280. Was this the right move? Let’s find out.
There’s more to using social media for advertising than just posting blurbs and links. Social Media Management Pro Bundle will show you what you need to know.
Twitter announced that they would be discontinuing Vine “in the coming months.” Vine users can check out these Vine alternatives and start switching now.
There are some people that you just can’t unfollow. Sometimes it’s easier to mute them, and you can check their page every now and then if you want to keep up appearances. Here’s a guide to muting people on popular social media platforms without getting rid of them completely.
It’s a different climate out there on the Internet and can sometimes be a little scary, but what responsibility do Internet businesses have regarding slander and bullying?
Do you prefer to see your Twitter and Facebook posts in chronological order? This tutorial will show you how to do that so you won’t miss a thing.
Looking for an easy way to add emoji characters to your tweets on Twitter? Here is a Chrome extension and web app that can help.
It seems many people on Twitter feel they can post whatever they want regardless of how much truth is behind it. Should Twitter users bear responsibility for what they post?