With is now a social network in the full sense, but that it is instead a microblogging platform. However, we must still keep in mind that many users use it primarily as a social network. Although Twitter has become an effective tool for businesses in promoting their products or simply conversing with their customers, its social aspect can never be ignored.and locked in a battle for social network domination, few people are wondering what direction will take during the next few years. This will be due to the fact that
It is thus important to understand that several things that shamelessly come across as non-social must never be done. These things can be quite annoying to Twitter users and you should thus refrain from using them unless you do not mind your followers ignoring you and starting to remove you from their lists.
Robotic tweeting is the idea of tweeting the exact something repeatedly and is often a mistake enthusiastic bloggers or webmasters do when they've created an article they deem the best ever. However, just like a person would be annoyed if you always brought up the same topic with him, this can quickly get frustrating for people whose feeds become littered with your similar posts.
Tweets are primarily content-based and many Twitter users like to log in to Twitter and read relevant updates from the people they are following without having to visit other websites. As such, you must refrain from only posting links on your Twitter. People will want to know what you are linking to before clicking on those links.
Having a complicated Twitter name
Your Twitter name should also be easy to remember and match your name or business name without any hidden tricks. Many people often find themselves having to tack on additional characters such as an underscore to their Twitter names because the one they desperately one is not available. Unfortunately, most people often forget the underscore, which leads to Twitter's Not Found page. In fact, using underscores anywhere in your Twitter username is actually the single worst thing you could do when creating your account.
Sending (automatic) private messages
While Twitter does include a handy Private Message feature, it was not created for generic “Thank you for following me. Please visit my website!” messages. You should therefore refrain from sending a private message simply to thank users who follow you. Restrict your messages to truly important matters or your reputation will go down the train.
Asking for followers and Retweets
If you consistently post interesting tweets and have a good reputation, people will automatically start following you and retweeting your stuff. However, begging users to follow you or to retweet your posts and links seldom works.
Tweeting in Uppercase only
This one should be obvious but it is amazing how many users still persist in tweeting entirely in upper case. It is as annoying to your readers as sending an uppercase 100-word email to your colleagues.
Obviously, there are other annoying things on Twitter and due to its size, new annoying things are bound to pop up as more and more people start using it on a regular basis. However, these are often regarded as the most annoying things on Twitter and too many people are still doing this.