One of biggest complaints from people new to Twitter is that the volume of tweets makes it hard to follow. People in tweets are replying to other people but without know what questions the tweet is referring to it is basically worthless to anyone else following. There is an art to following conversations and some tips that make it easier to glean information from a discussion occurring on Twitter.
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Strike up a Twitter conversation with one of your friends today. Bounce at least five tweets back and forth to each other on any topic using the reply feature. Then look at your Twitter stream to see how the conversation can be viewed by clicking on the "bubble" icon. Next go out your Twitter stream and find a tweet that contains a similar "bubble" icon and click on it to reveal the other tweets in the conversation.
You have mastered conversations on Twitter, congratulations! Now let's add some visuals to our tweets. Tomorrow we will discuss how to add images your tweets to make the Twitterverse a more beautiful world.