How your Twitter bio can repel potential followers

10/2/2013 | Mashable

Most potential followers of your Twitter account likely make up their minds about your worthiness in seconds, so your Twitter bio should avoid obvious turnoffs, Amy-Mae Elliott writes. For starters, you're probably not a "guru" or a "maven," so don't describe yourself as one. Also, be sure to add a representative photo, don't write your bio in third person and don't tweet too often or use only auto-generated tweets. "Twitter is about engagement, not just broadcasting meaningless words," Elliot writes.

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