The application has become integrated into Twitter, for example, allowing people to spread the link to their "Elf Yourself" video thru a single tweet that can go out and get passed along to all their friends.
For example, if you want to talk about where you'll be in ten years, you may want to add #in10years to the end of your tweet to tie your tweet in with others who are talking about the same thing.
Similarly to Google Trends, they give a glimpse into what people are interested in currently, and in general one particular person has not much to gain if they also tweet about a trending topic.
HPSCRT: Those trends will last longer that impact a lot of people and thus many users tweet about: breaking and important news in politics or technology, news about celebrities, world events.
Many fellow actors, including former boyfriend Ashton Kutcher, are expressing their sadness and condolences via Twitter, with Kutcher ending his Tweet with "…see you on the other side kid."
After years of banner ads and spam email, a tweet or social post that simply promotes a company or website is going to come across as just another commercial, and people will tune it out.
For those Twitter users that have a specific topic to tweet or for businesses that promote their products, then you'll want to add a topic so you can be reminded what you need to write.
While most cell phones and other electronic devices are usually frowned upon in a place of worship, some churches are now allowing members of their congregation to tweet during sermons.
Many Twitterers (or tweeple, as users are sometimes called) stick to the original social networking goal for the site, which is to answer the tag line question each time they tweet.
You can start your post off with "RT @username" and then pasting the post itself, or simply click on the retweet link that pops up when you hover your mouse over the tweet.