Create your account on Twitter

June 10, 2010 by  
Filed under Twitter Basic Tips

Anyone can send text on Twitter. As for now Twitter supports posting Tweets and accepts texts from many places around the world, as long as your mobile phone support internet and connected. Once your phone is verified, you can start sending updates instantly. You can update anywhere, anytime by simply sending us a text if you add your phone to Twitter. Depending on where you are, you may have a local number. You can send a text message to any of these numbers and it will post directly to your Twitter profile, and be sent to all of your followers. It’s incredible for us now to know what happen around us, discussing a trending topics even gossiping .What a fine technology.
To make an account on Twitter is simple and quick. You can sign up for a Twitter account from your computer, smart phones or your mobile phone, make sure your carrier must a web – enable. To set up your new Twitter account direct your device’s browser to Click “Sign up now” at the bottom of the page to get started. Enter the details of your account. Type in your real name, a user name, your e-mail address, and your password. When you’re done, click the “Make my account”. You’ve successfully made a Twitter account. Congratulations ! Now you can see your e-mail contacts are on Twitter. Start search and invite for friends.
Twitter sends a confirmation message to your e-mail and you need to confirm your e-mail. E-mail confirmation is an vital security check that helps prevent other people from signing up for a Twitter account using your email address. It should only take a few seconds. Confirm your email address, otherwise you won’t receive any email updates from Twitter .They will limited your access to certain other features on Twitter until you have confirmed. Now you can log in using either your email address or the username you made, and your password. Then you’ll be well on your way to mobile tweeting.

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