Monday, July 13, 2009

Malibu Boats Twitter Sign-up Tips

According to Wikipedia Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read each others' updates, known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters, displayed on the author's profile page and delivered to other users - known as followers - who have subscribed to them.

Here's a short instructional that will help you get started.

1. Go to click on the green “get started button”. Set up an account by adding your name and email address and by choosing a user name and password, type in the encrypted code and hit “create my account” That’s it your in!

2. In general Twitter messages answer the question “what are you doing right now” But you can also post a link to a web site or just answer the question or ask a question etc.
The character limited on a tweet (Twitter post)
is 140 characters.

3. This video will walk you through a Twitter account set-up step by step.

Twitter is a lot of fun and allows your followers to stay up on what you are doing. Malibu Boats has a Twitter account. You can follow Malibu Boats on Twitter, once you are singed-up and logged on, by visiting and clicking the "Follow" button. The Malibu Boats Twitter call sign is @malibuboats.

There are also quite a few professional water sports athletes who are Tweeting regularly. You many want to follow some of them. Team Malibu Pro Riders we follow are Chad Sharpe, Brian Grubb, and Phillip Soven. you can even follow up-and-comers like Jarrod Askew. Team Malibu Pro Skiers we monitor are Will Asher, Drew Ross and June Fladborg. There are more signing up for Twitter all the time.

You can even follow a bunch of other water sports industry people and organizations on Twitter. We follow Ronix,, Alliance Wakebaord Mag, The WWA, Northwest Riders, SBC Wakeboard Mag and Wakeboarding Mag.

We will tweet about any new industry stand-outs who join Twitter. Stay Twuned!

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