Advanced Twitter Terminology To Get You Tweeting Like A Pro

If you’ve mastered the ability to condense your thoughts into 140 characters and have @reply conversations with people on Twitter, it’s time you stepped up your game and learned some of the more advanced Twitter terminology.

You probably already know that when people add RT to a tweet they mean “retweet”. You’ve probably also noticed that they add the username of the account which originally sent out that tweet in order to give them credit. But do you know what a MT is? Or a HT?

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