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Use a hashtag instead. @ means you're directing the message to whatever follows the @, while # means what you're posting is about whatever follows it.


Quoting @Support (Twitter's official support account) from yesterday, The "Delete Tweet" button is now in the “••• More” menu on http://Twitter.com . Here's a screenshot of what it looks like for me:


Using an @ mention is absolutely the proper way of doing this. It has three benefits: For the reader, it's the easiest way for them to find the artist, and follow them on Twitter For the artist, many of them will be evaluating their popularity (and in your case, the popularity of a new video) by the number of people that mention them on Twitter. The ...


Officially no, you can't. Twitter did support RSS feeds once but it was removed. (Which was an idiotic anti-user decision... but I digress.) There is a workaround though. You can't get a RSS feed of your entire Twitter feed, but you can get RSS feeds for individual users (but not hashtags) and hashtags using this tutorial and Google App Script that parses ...

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