Ultimately, Twitter can be a useful way to find dates as long as you use your personal interactions to get to know someone.
Twitter doesnt bill itself as a dating service or even a place to meet people. Since its founding in 2006, however, it has emerged as an unlikely matchmaker for singles who share highly specific interests, made searchable using hashtags.
While Twitter is not meant to be a dating service it is a place to meet new people and follow the news they share. As a service it is definitely not optimized to find the love of your life, but it has happened thanks to in part people who meet and share the same interests and passions.
Other users can retweet, or repeat, what someone writes or reply to them. There are a number of ways to meet new people on Twitter, including recommendations, searches and directories.
Twitter lets you read anyones tweets without needing an account—all you have to do is visit their profile page. Keep in mind that you cant see a profile if someone has made their account private, though. Just search for [person] Twitter and you should easily find their account.
Using the Twitter WebsiteOpen the Twitter website and log in to your user account.Click the “Connect” button on the top-left corner of the screen.Click “Find friends” in the left-hand panel.Click the “Search Contacts” button next to the service you wish to get contact information from.More items
Be very creative about what goes into Tweets. If you really are trying to use Twitter for dating, try posting some pictures of yourself from time to time. Feel free to ask different questions; something among the lines of what would you consider to be a perfect date might draw attention.
Simply put, no. There is no way for a Twitter user to know exactly who views their Twitter or specific tweets; theres no Twitter search for that kind of thing. The only way to know for sure if someone has seen your Twitter page or posts is through direct engagement — a reply, a favorite, or a retweet.
Heres how you can:Open the Twitter app.Tap on More, select the Analytics.Click on the “Turn Analytics On” option.Tap on the Profile Visits.You will see a number of people who viewed your profile.
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For best results, follow these ten tips for doing it right.Retweet (RT) them. Retweeting someone, as long as you stick to retweeting when you really mean it, can be a great first step to get on someones radar. Be kind. Talk back. Ask a question. Say thank you. Tame them. Make yourself useful. Say @hello.More items
Flirting with and meeting someone on Twitter can feel more authentic than endless swiping and matching on dating apps. Twitter is the happy medium between meeting someone serendipitously in real life and matching with strangers on dating apps. And sometimes, true love begins with 140 characters.