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Shedule a Tweet using TweetDeck

TweetDeck.twitter.com

How to use TweetDeck a free Twitter application to schedule your Tweets and manage multiple accounts

  • Go to TweetDeck.twitter.com and Sign in with your 1st Account
  • Answer the question: ‘does anyone else use ..’ (I said NO)
  • After a Welcome you can Start
  • Here you can see now 4 Columns very interesting
  • Clicking on New Tweet I can do .. everything as usual, plus ADD a time schedule for sending it
  • Clicking on ‘+’ I add a Colum (Scheduled tweets..)
  • Now I want to Add another Account .. and a warning appears
  • Read it carefully!
  • After accepting …
  • I authorize the new Account ..
  • .. few seconds after this advice ..
  • .. the New account is on the list
  • Now if I need to send a tweet as my last Accont I click on New Tweet ..
  • .. then on my Account I want to tweet through .. and that’s it!
  • Easy? Isn’t it

 

Or watch the video…
Subtitles availble in English & Italian!

 

Twitter visualized

Combine Twitter and Google maps to get some useful information.

 


 

Where do most tweets come from?

http://worldmap.harvard.edu/tweetmap/

SMiLE Tweet Heat Map

 


 

 

What are people tweeting about?

http://www.trendsmap.com

 

Use http://trendsmap.com/topic/%40UNICEF to visualize @UNICEF

Use http://trendsmap.com/topic/%23Nigeria# to visualize #Nigeria

 

Trendsmap1

 

 


 

 

Where are all my followers?

http://tweepsmap.com/Map/
Lions SMiLE followers visualized

SMiLETwitterFollowers

 

 

 

The New Twitter Profile Page: Complete Image Size Guide

The New Twitter Profile Page:
Complete Image Size Guide

 

Twitter has rolled out its new-look profile pages to all users, and with the update comes a resize of header photos and avatars, which means you’ll likely have to do a little maintenance to get your page looking tip-top.

So, load up your favourite image editor, head on over to your Twitter profile settings page, and let’s get started.

Header Photo (1500 pixels wide x 500 pixels high, 5MB maximum)

This is the main image across the top of the screen. Twitter recommends 1500×500 pixels but the header photo will always blow-up to be screen-wide, which means a 1500×500 image can look pretty lousy on a 27-inch monitor unless it’s saved at a very high resolution. Otherwise, it pixelates.

So, either upload a 3000×1000 photo or save your 1500×500 image at the highest possible dots per inch (DPI) you can you manage to squeeze it under the 5 megapixel limit.

(And if you’re looking for ideas, Twitter has a nice gallery of the new-size header photos here.)

Profile Photo/Avatar (400×400 minimum, 2MB maximum)

Twitter recommends a 400×400 minimum here, and the image should be a square (although you can crop during the upload). Again, I recommend saving to as high a DPI as you can – I believe the maximum file size is 2MB although this is no longer specified by Twitter.

The profile photo scales down to 200×200 on your profile page, gets even smaller in timelines, and blows up to full size when somebody clicks on it, so make sure your image looks clear at all scales.

Background Image (no longer needed)

Twitter has essentially phased out background images with this update. While they still show up in certain places as you’re navigating Twitter (at least for now) this is something only you will see, and they’re not visible on your actual profile page by other users.

Really, there’s no point wasting time creating an amazing background image that nobody is going to see. So, head over to your profile design settings and set a solid background colour instead.

 

via The New Twitter Profile Page: Complete Image Size Guide – AllTwitter.

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