Here are some of things that frequent twitter users should avoid to risk their name and brand:
Spam Characters:The spammer tweet will has nothing to do with any discussion, and they are following no one and have no followers. Purpose is to call attention to a useful article, interesting reference or to express thanks @your-twittername. To get rid use Tweet deck.
Tweets in Bulk: User retweets just to get attention. Blasting out a series of tweets at one time to fills up the Twitter home page or increases the at least allow a few minutes in between each tweet, so that other people can get a word in edgewise.
Direct Messages to sell a product: DM send to force people to see something stride through itâ€™s like getting spam in the inbox.
Auto Responders: DM is a good idea, but it completely loses its authenticity when itâ€™s automated. No one can be on Twitter 24/7, so some scheduling of tweets is necessary. But so much or too automated may be creating the impression that you arenâ€™t interested in connecting with others and its spam. Same for the follow also following everyone to auto-follow everyone that follows you, but this does little more than open you up to phishing scams, spam followers.
Stinking language: Word gets around quickly. You can be comfortable swearing in front of your close buddies, you probably really donâ€™t know your Twitter community beware that you say nice things about nice people, say nothing about less- than-nice people. Beware.
Wrong use of tags: Hash tags are way of classifies tweets around a single topic. But adding multiple generic tags to the end of your tweet is not one spam. Rather it highlights you as a newbie use.
Talking about self: Twitter is a successful conversations tool typically gives and takes interactions. Too many users are just there to promote their own interests only.