Top 60 Tweeting Quotes

In this post, you will find great Tweeting Quotes from famous people, such as Jack Antonoff, Om Malik, Rachel Sklar, Rick Hoffman, Chris Sacca. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

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I’ve ended up on some website list or some other list for super right-wing people. They’ve been tweeting some pretty rude stuff at me, so I think there’s a sect of America out there that doesn’t like certain opinions and can really take their claws out when they don’t like what you‘re saying.
Snapchat works because using a selfie is way easier than texting or tweeting. Stories should adapt to the medium and do so without cheapening the story.
When I go a stretch without tweeting, I will occasionally get an email from my mom, checking in. I always find this amusing but also gratifying: Thanks to Twitter, I can keep in touch with my parents and let them in on what I’m doing in a way that even the regular phone calls of a doting daughter can’t do.
The only real connection I have with Indian fans is through Twitter, where I try to answer as many questions as I can, or if they write anything nice, I do try and let them know if – that I liked it. I do get a bunch of people from India tweeting to me.
For most people, tweeting is scary.
To be honest, I’ve been a passionate advocate for the value of tech to help us connect to people in real and emotional ways – and stick up for myself when people say, ‘Sklar! Stop tweeting!’
I came out of a culture when there wasn’t tweeting and everyone with a camera in their hands. I didn’t grow up with it, so I’m not always thinking about it, but there have been times when I looked over, and I saw that someone was recording my conversation.
You can learn how to code today. You can build this same thing that you’re looking at every day, that you’re tweeting on, that you’re snapping on, and I feel like that conversation needs to be had.
Now everyone leaking and tweeting and posting on everyone else is the acknowledged way to get ahead in the 21st century.
Sometimes I’ll write a tweet that I’ll just be like, ‘Why do I have to say this to all of these people?’ It’s like writing a Facebook status: it’s the same. I view tweeting as like writing a Facebook status. Remember when we used to write statuses?
At the risk of sounding like that old guy in ‘Gran Torino’ telling thoseyoung punks’ to ‘get off my lawn,’ it’s gotten to the point that whenever I hear somebody talking about Twitter or twittering or tweeting, it just makes my little tummy want to hurl.
I started my Twitter account for selfish reasons: I wanted to have a place to post updates on my book signing tour and stuff like that. I never realized that I’d have so much fun tweeting. It’s become the deleted scenes for my DVD of columns and podcasts.
A utopian future for the Internet could be secured if the heavy-duty influencers – and the grassroots influencers tweeting along – can create a new global organization peopled with defenders of Internet freedom.
For me, personally, I’m usually not on my phone that much. I prefer listening to old radio shows and watching foreign films than tweeting.
To this day, I continuously get social media people tweeting doing ‘Glorious Bombs‘ from all over the world. You have little kids doing them. You have moms doing them who have no idea what they’re doing, but they’re doing it. It’s become one of those entertaining things.
League of Legends‘ is banned in my house and rightly so. It is just awful. In the past, I’ve been staying up and playing it. Then all of a sudden, it is 6 A.M., the birds are tweeting and I’m thinking: ‘Oh my God, I’ve got to get up in a couple of hours to take my son Alexander to school. Then I’ve got to practise.’
When I first started tweeting, I was just doing it because I was watching ‘Breaking Bad‘ in my trailer and I was so scared by the assassinating cousins. And when people started responding to me, I realized it was like I wasn’t watching it alone.
I started singing before I started tweeting, actually. It was always a passion… I started singing, and then I got into acting. Singing is something I love to do. I feel very confident doing it.
Sometimes I hold back from tweeting certain things. Sometimes you’re emotional, and you want to tweet a lyric or whatever it may be. I can’t do that because if I do, it’s, ‘Oh, this means this and that she must be going through this…’ It’s like, what the hell?
Tweeting is the go-to medium for the show-off and the shyster.
On ‘Insecure,’ Molly works at a law firm, and there’s scenes where her boss doesn’t value her voice and doesn’t value her efforts. And we had a lot of women tweeting ‘Me too‘ in that situation. We’re saying, ‘Hey, no more. Not on our watch.’
For some reasons, I have WWE wrestlers tweeting me all the time. Like, my biggest fans. Why they can connect with my love for Meryl Streep, I don’t know.
People don’t want to listen to a celebrity tweeting about their charities and shows. That’s why comedy writers do well – we put out little funny ideas.
This younger generation that’s around, that’s tweeting, Facebooking and Vine-ing, the fans appreciate that because they feel like they can get to you.
If a band or artist isn’t tweeting or writing posts on Facebook every day, there can be this kind of mystique built about them, and I find myself retreating from the spotlight more and more.
Tweeting has taught me the discipline to say more with fewer words.
You can be tweeting strangers and saying, ‘Don’t say that,’ but are you saying that to your friends? How about your mom? Your boyfriend at the dinner table who says something homophobic? If you’re not saying the same things in person that you’re saying online, then what are your tweets doing?
All that time that we spend tweeting our thoughts and emotions to our next of kin, we could be writing the great American novel, starting a business, or just living.
I’m very comfortable with tweeting, I have a very active author Facebook page, I Skype book clubs all over the world.
Cathy Marie Buchanan
My generation, we really have to step up to the plate and vote. Tweeting is great – people say, ‘Oh, I don’t want this or that’ – but at the end of the day, tweeting isn’t a ballot. Just saying that you don’t like someone on Twitter is not going to turn a state blue or red. You have to vote.
I have some help on tweeting.
When I grew up there was no web, blogging or tweeting.

When I grew up there was no web, blogging or tweeting. In fact, where I grew up there was not even television! I met a lot of my friends in school and in college, and they are still my friends today.
Tweeting about objects means I don’t need to bid on them, which is a blessing. Buying something is a way of saying, ‘Look at this!’ So is tweeting. So, I guess, is writing fiction.
In Russia, tweeting or sharing real news that’s embarrassing to the regime can land you in prison. Imagine, then, the response of the regime to ‘fake news‘ that’s damaging to the Kremlin.
What’s nice about Twitter is that you’ve got that point of contact with your fans that artists have never had before. I think it’s good for musicians. Just as long as you don’t start tweeting things about your girlfriends or boyfriends – there’s got to be a line.
Tweeting? It’s one of the silliest things ever.
When we’re on Twitter, we’re not only live tweeting episodes and talking about behind-the-scenes stuff, we actively try to respond to everybody.
I really love ‘America’s Next Top Model.’ I’m always tweeting about it, and people are like, ‘You need to get a life!’
I often wonder if I should adopt a cause to call my own or start tweeting inspirational messages. And when tragedy strikes and the world takes to social media, is it now my responsibility to respond with #RIPs and #prayfors?
I don’t want fame as far as the tweeting or the image of it. But, the idea of being famous is actually exciting to me, just because then you can have a choice in what you do. I would like to be at a point where I’m not asking for parts anymore, and I’m actually just choosing between a part that I want to do.
The president of the United States should not be tweeting.
People are tweeting, texting, and e-mailing – and not connecting. There are very few ways for communities to come together. It happens at concerts and at sporting events.
I’ve only very rarely sent a tweet to a politician. I think it could look a little too buddy-buddy if you’re tweeting with people that you cover.
Ed Henry
Me tweeting sometimes, it’s like, I don’t even remember what I say. It’s just coming off how it’s coming off.
We went from journalism, in newspapers that gets heavily edited, to blogs, where you can express your opinions, to tweeting, where you can say anything, and it gets repeated and becomes fact when it isn’t. It’s something the entire world is going to have to come to grips with.
Tweeting is like sending out cool telegrams to your friends once a week.
Isn’t there a danger with Tweeting, like drunk dialing? Isn’t there a drunk Tweeting danger?
Tweeting – let’s be honest: it’s like I’m the center of the universe; it’s all about me. Everybody is listening to my every thought, and my current thought at this very moment is… it’s ridiculous.
I don’t want awkward shows with people looking at their phones or tweeting. That’s something you should do at home.
As for tweeting and texting: impassioned discussions, particularly when they’re intimate, don’t work in abbreviated script messages. No relationship should begin or end in 140 characters.
I avoid continuously writing or tweeting about ISIS, as it centres them in the narrative and we end up reacting to them and reacting to the agenda they set.
I’m not an active person on social media, really. I always get nervous tweeting anything. The moment I tweet, I get this plummeting sense of regret. I delete roughly 95 percent of my tweets immediately.
I’m a very private person, so I didn’t like this idea of tweeting about me. And then I realized, ‘Oh, this is actually a brilliant device in terms of interacting with the fans.’
Twitter is upholding sharia when they ban me for tweeting facts about sharia law.
When people think of digital diplomacy, they think of government tweeting. It is not what it is. That is public diplomacy.
People spend hours constantly checking and tweeting and Facebooking. And it’s cool to check up on your friends and see what’s going on in the world, but it’s not cool to spend five hours of your day on the computer looking at the Internet.
If you are the president of the United States of America, you are 70 years of age, and you are tweeting – literally competing with 15- and 17-year-olds – that is a problem.
There’s something about the power of influential correspondents tweeting something that has become the fastest way to get a story moving. It will turn into something much faster and much bigger than it would have.
Baseball is a game that shouts, ‘Slow Down‘ to America. Stop tweeting, texting, blogging, watching cable news, and obsessing about polls, lost planes, and focus-group-driven politicians.
I’m a big tweeter, especially when ‘Scandal‘ is on, and I started tweeting some other shows.