One of the ways to stay updated on the hottest news from Quinceanera.com is by joining the conversation on Twitter.
Twitter is a free social media site, similar to Facebook, where users create profiles and are then able to send and read posts known as “tweets”. The tweets are similar to text messages and are limited to 140 characters, making it a great way to read quick messages and get creative creating them as well.
One of the most popular features on Twitter is the use of hash tags, which is a word or phrase prefixed with a “#” sign. Primarily, hash tags allow users to group posts together by topic. For example, Quinceanera.com has created the hash tag #XVexpo to group posts related to our Quinceanera.com Expo and Fashion Show events. This way, whenever we post news, updates or important information about one of our Quinceanera Expo’s or cover girl contests, you’ll be able to find it by doing a search for “#XVexpo” on Twitter.
Twitter is also a great way for you to ask us specific questions about your Quince. Simply tweet your question on Twitter and include #XVexpo in the post. We will be checking for tweets with our hash tag constantly and will reply as soon as we can.
On Twitter, your friends are known as “followers”. Followers are the group of people that want to receive your Tweets because they like your posts. You can follow other users as well. And as with any social media site, you need to be careful how you conduct yourself on your profile and what users you add as friends. It’s easy to create profiles under fictitious names, so only add people who you know and trust. More on social media safety, here.
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