New to Twitter? Follow the step-by-step guide below and sign up today!
- Go to twitter.com
- Enter your full name, email address and create a password. Then click the ‘Sign up for Twitter’ button.
- On the next page, create your own username or choose one that Twitter suggests. Double check your name, email address and username to make sure all fields are correct. Then click ‘Sign up’.
- You may be asked to complete a Captcha. Fill in the words that are shown in the box.
- Follow the on-screen set up instructions. You can skip a page by clicking the ‘Skip this step’ button on the bottom left of the page.
- You arrive at your twitter page! Twitter will send you a confirmation email to the email address you entered. Click the link in that email to confirm your email address and account.
- Done! Welcome to Twitter.
How do I connect with other people?
Use the Twitter dedicated search function to find people. This is the bar at the top of your profile with a small magnifying glass in it. Search for friends, family, organisations and famous people you may want to follow. Once you arrive at their page just simply click the ‘Follow’ button.
Accounts to follow
@NFRN_Online – the NFRN’s official twitter account
@News_Complaints – share your news category concerns with wholesalers, publishers and fellow retailers
@ – NFRN Operations Support Manager, Angela Simpson
@Adrian_NFRN – NFRN Head of Political Engagement, Adrian Roper
Got a News Supply Problem? Why not Tweet?
Late delivered newspapers continue to be of significant concern to members and, sadly, instances are reported somewhere in the UK virtually every day.
The NFRN holds regular talks with both news wholesalers and publishers at a senior level where we share examples of poor service levels and discuss ways these can be tackled. To heighten awareness, we are now making it possible for you to share your concerns and explain the impact that late or missing supplies have on your business directly with publishers and wholesalers via Twitter.
You can do this by tweeting our new twitter handle @News_Complaints and using the hashtag #NewsComplaints. Publishers and news wholesalers have committed to following these and to taking action at the earliest opportunity.
Remember, though, you only have 140 characters to use in your tweet.
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Follow us now at twitter.com/News_Complaints