A while back I talked about Twitter and shared some resources to help teachers get started with using this social media tool, what I called Twitter 101. Now, thanks to a post that recently came across my Twitter feed from Kelly Dumont, I found a great article that talks about some of the more advanced tools, tips, and tricks that are hidden inside Twitter.
In 15 Twitter Hacks That Will Turn You Into a Twitter Ninja, Neil Patel covers such topics as how to use Twitter Lists to organize the people you follow into one place, plus how to look up what Twitter Lists other people have added you to. Another great tip to help those who are having difficulty building up their Twitter network is to use hashtags in your Twitter bio. I highly recommend you check out this blog post for more information on these and the other 13 tips to help you become a Twitter Ninja.