Tweet along with your favorite celebs. Divided by category with celebrities listed in alphabetical order so you can easily find your favorite celeb, The Celebrity Tweet Directory
tweets you to conversations with hundreds of well-known actors, comedians, singers, politicians, sports figures, and more. With this handy guide, you can flutter into the world of celebrity chatter and experience how they reveal themselves in a way you don’t see anywhere else.
With this portable directory, you'll quickly and easily discover what's really happening in Hollywood, on Wall Street, or in Washington, all while following your favorite celeb. In addition, the helpful directory weeds out any fake celebrity twitter accounts, providing only real Twitter handles, saving you the hassle and time of sifting through phony accounts.
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Tweeting Tips 1. Don’t Direct-Message Celebrities
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If you want to talk to a celebrity, tweet to their "What’s Happening" field using the @ symbol. For example, “@maryjblidge your Grammy performance with Andrea Bocelli was amazing!” You may get a response, as many celebrities interact with fans. 2. Only Use Verified Celebrity Accounts
A verified celebrity account has a little blue check mark at the top right cover of the profile page. This check mark verifies that Twitter has authenticated the account. You can see a list of all verified accounts at: @Verified. 3. Understand the # Symbol
Using the # symbol tags your tweet with a subject or topic, known as a hashtag. It organizes topics, spreads information and allows users to find others discussing the same topic. Be sure to use the same hashtag for Twitter, your blog and Facebook so others can respond to you using that same #. You can search a topic by entering it into the search field. 4. What’s Trending
Located on the right side of your homepage under the search bar, "What’s Trending" shows what people are talking about across the entire network (worldwide, U.S., a country, or a city). This is the best way to find people who share your same interests, invite them to your network, and follow them. 5. Retweeting
A retweet is when you repost a tweet. Twitter has a new retweet button allowing you to retweet the original tweet without copying and pasting it into the "What’s Happening" field and adding the RT in front of it. However, if you want to add to the tweet, you’ll need to copy and paste it. There are two ways to add to the tweet—either in front of the RT symbol or using the || or // after the person’s original tweet. Both of these methods work, the latter is more common. 6. A Reply, Not a Retweet
You can reply without retweeting. Just click reply and the field will auto fill with @name. Your reply comes into that person’s feed and allows their followers to see your response. If you want your followers to see it, even if they aren’t following that person, just add, “.” Or “!” in front of the reply. 7. The Modified Tweet
A modified tweet is when you take someone’s original tweet, change it a bit and then retweet it. This is done mainly to allow comments while staying within the 140 characters. 8. Give Credit Where Credit Is Due
Another way to retweet modified information is to use “via” at the end. For example, a tweet by Alyssa_Milano, “alive from rubble in #Haiti, 4 weeks after earthquake http://bit.ly/9jttMM (via @BreakingNews)”
Have fun, be respectful, follow basic etiquette, and find a topic or two that you’re passionate about. Happy Twittering!
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Ha some of these messages really do make me laugh, and some make me feeeeel ......slightly sick Simon Cowell, American Idol Judge
What will I miss about the game when I'm done? The game itself. Not the perks, locker room. I will miss the show. There is no better game. Mike James, Houston Rockets
My son this morning asked two questions about political parties: "why are they called parties and do they have cake?" David Gregory, Moderator of NBC's Meet the Press
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