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The Bird-of-Mouth on kxazfm

September 12
20:12 2013

Becca Shepherd, KXAZ AnnouncerNot one hour had passed since the launching of KXAZ on Twitter, when announcer Becca Shepherd began receiving and tweeting beautiful rainbow photos over Page, Arizona.

How do you find KXAZ on Twitter?  Simply search for  kxazfm.  Our KXAZ  fast and smooth talkin’ Becca Shepherd will be sending out the bird-of-mouth at kxazfm.  She’ll be tweeting the latest news, events  and keep you entertained with some fun around town.  Becca’s goal is to enhance your day, and she’s already begun a kxazfm followpalooza.  So go ahead, sign up to receive her Tweets. Watch out, though, this woman is very twavvy.  She’s got all the lingo down, so I thought I’d better give you a lingo lesson.  See if you can throw her a curve-ball.  Just don’t get attwicted. HAND.

Beginning Twitter Lingo Lesson

tweet: Describes a Twitter update.

twavvy:  Twitter savvy.

hash tag: A hash tag or hashtag is a way of organizing your updates for Twitter search engines. Users prefix a message with a community-driven hash tag to enable others to discover relevant posts.

bird-of-mouth: Slang term that refers to the use of Twitter to circulate news and information.

followpalooza: A slang term used to describe a situation in which a twitterer adds many friends within a short time period.

beetweet: Slang term used to describe a “hot tweet.” Usually this is a popular, trending topic on Twitter and many users will retweet a beetweet.

attwicted: Slang term used to describe someone who is addicted to Twitter.

attwaction: Slang term used to describe an attraction between two users.

ab/abt: Short for “about.” This chat abbreviation is is frequently seen on Twitter.

bulltwit: Slang term to describe fake, false or over embellished Tweets.

HAND: An acronym often used on Twitter, it stands for “have a nice day.”

idk: An abbreviated form of “I don’t know” frequently used on Twitter.

kk: Twitter shorthand for “kewl kewl” (cool cool).

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