Various people use Twitter but not in a technique that actually benefits them and their followers. When I started on Twitter a few years ago I made every newbie error! Then I learned a lot by trial and mistake.
Start with the basics, using your personal photo for your avatar helps build connection with your followers. Use your actual name or the same username you have on other sites so publics know who you are. Add some info about yourself, but make it more subjective than commercial unless you have an isolated account just for your business. Practice TweetDeck or a comparable client to effortlessly monitor activity and reply to comments and messages in an appropriate manner.
Before you post on Twitter, ask yourself what you have to propose. How can people advantage from following you? For me that response came when I began writing articles and partaking original inspirational quotes. For you it may be enlightening articles you write or lovely images you share, or maybe your abundant sense of humor. Maybe you have countless tech tips or money exchangeable tips. Just ponder in terms of service.
Personal interface is what made Twitter popular and successful. Chat to people a little jiffy each day. Be tangible, courteous, caring, and grateful and others will enjoy following you. Re-tweet what others share and utmost will do the same for you. It’s a technique of passing on what we like while associating others. Think of to thank those who follow you by re-tweeting your posts.