Twitter etiquette; The social decorum expected of you when you join twitter. Examples of good twitterquette:
-- People you know in real life who follow you also expect to be followed.
-- Tweet no more than once an hour (not including @replies), but no less than once a day.
-- Avoid more than 3 tweets in a row, unless directly related to each other and especially important or hilarious in nature.
-- Do not abuse your right to post links in a tweet, especially when the link is connected to shameless self-promotion.
-- Always cite real-life friends on #FollowFriday
-- Although one is capable of a 140 character tweet, using less than 100 characters is ideal.
-- Twitter is not a chat room, no @reply conversations. This can be as irritating as spam.
Keep in mind that these guidelines are taken very seriously in the twitter community.
Joe: I woke up and I had 36 texts from twitter! Did you and Sally have another conversation only using the @reply feature on twitter!?
Bob: So what if we did? It's a social networking site.
Joe: TWITTER IS NOT SOCIAL NETWORKING, IT IS MICROBLOGGING! YOUR BAD TWITTERQUETTE SPAMMED MY PHONE AND MY MAIN TWITTER PAGE!!!