We’ve all seen them. Maybe you even have one. Or maybe you’re like me and someone else has one that you want.
I’m talking about a stale Twitter account.
Twitter pages with the last update coming some time between “Don’t taze me bro!” and George W. Bush’s last day in office.
What usually happens is that people sign up for Twitter at the suggestion of a friend or colleague (or Ashton Kutcher), update a few times “I’m going to eat a sandwich Ã¢â‚¬â€œ LOL!”, fail to get the point of Twitter, and then never touch it again. Nothing’s worse, in my opinion. People who started out with good intentions but got bored before the fun could start.
This Ã‚Â leads to Twitter accounts with cobwebs all over them. Twitter pages with the generic avatar still staring back at you. Twitter pages that, most likely, will never be touched again.
If you’ve been wanting to dust off your Twitter presence and breath some life back into it, here are three steps you can take to rejuvenate your account.