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Twitter is a free social network, and also a microblogging service that allows users to send and receive short text messages that are called “Tweets”, these messages can only be up to 140 characters long, so you actually have to learn how to really express yourself and get your point across in just a few words if you want to succeed on the site. I know it seems like yesterday, but the Twitter.com website was actually launched back in 2006, it quickly gained a lot of recognition throughout the entire world thanks to its usefulness and ease of use. The service focuses mainly on helping people connect, receive updates, and news about their favorite topics, interests, or people in real time. Most people use the site, as well as its mobile app to find out what’s going on, when it’s going on, registered members also use the service to share photos and videos, because the site offers similar functionality to popular photo and video sharing apps like Instagram, Vine, and Snapchat among several others. However, none of the apps or sites that I just mentioned can be compared, or actually compete against the likes of Twitter.com, because according to several reputable sources the most popular microblogging social networking service on the planet already has more than 500 million registered users worldwide, in fact, it was the second biggest social network right until Google+ claimed the second spot several months ago.

Twitter is one of the most visited and popular websites on earth, there’s no doubt about that, people often call it or describe it as the SMS of the internet, so everyone should be using it in order to take advantage of all the benefits that it offers. If you haven’t signed up yet, then you can read messages as an unregistered user, but if you want to post your own “Tweets”, share cool photos and videos, then you will first have to create an account for free.

Don’t forget that the service is also availabe for mobile devices through their official native apps for operating systems such as Android, iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod), BlackBerry, etc. And through the mobile web browser version which can be found at https://mobile.twitter.com/.

Twitter Login – Account Access Tutorial

1. Go to Twitter’s sign in page located at the following url: https://twitter.com/login/.

2. Now enter your username or email address in the first of field of the access form located on the right side of your screen.

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3. Enter your Twitter.com user password in the second field box.

twitter sign in step 2

4. Click the blue “Sign In” button at the bottom and that’s it, you are in!

twitter sign in step 3

Twitter Sign Up

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If you already have an account, then you can easily login via the site’s sign in page using your username or email address and password. If you haven’t create an account yet go to Twitter’s official sign up page at https://twitter.com/signup and fill out the registration form located in the center of your screen, simply enter your full name, email address, create a password, choose your username, and click the big yellow button at the bottom that says “Create My Account”. After signing up come back to this page and follow the steps below to learn how to access your new account.

Twitter Password Reset Instructions

If you forget your password go to https://twitter.com/account/begin_password_reset, enter your email address, phone number, or username, click “Search”, click on the blue button that says “Email a Link to @yourusername”, and then go to your email inbox to click on the password reset link that will be automatically sent to you in order to create a new one.

Now you can really start taking advantage of this service, sign in to start following people such as your favorite celebrities, sports figures, politicians, family members, friends, etc. After you start following someone you will be notified by email every time that person posts a new message.

Comments

  1. poonam misra says:

    Hi,

  2. Hi Richard,

    Twitter posts many things on my Facebook page. How can this be stopped?

  3. Hi Sandy, glad to help, you’ll have to do a little bit of searching around the web in order to get this done. Go to settings and unlink Twitter from your Facebook account.

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