Time for a quick-fire round:
Throwing friendly shade at other account - yay or nay?
Sam Neter: Nay. It’s not for me, personally. I do like the way the team accounts have banter with each other, which is friendly shade, and I have had no issue with that.
Including more than one hashtag - yay or nay?
Sam Neter: I do, but it's something that I'm going to stop doing. We're going to stick to event-specific [hashtags], so we can group that conversation around a particular topic. But outside of that, on a day-to-day, week-to-week basis, I think we're going to stop using hashtags completely.
Using emoji to replace words - yay or nay?
Sam Neter: 100% down for that.
What accounts are a must-follow for you right now?
Sam Neter: As a news outlet in the British basketball space, of course, it’s the Federations: GB Basketball, England, Scotland, and Wales. They're all massive for us because there's a lot of official news that comes out around the national teams and leagues. Mark Woods, one of the most prominent British basketball journalists, provides a lot of value for us in terms of getting stories.
Also, in the last year or so, bbl fix has grown and done a great job of producing content around British basketball and keeping people informed of the news.
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Sam Neter: The only thing that has lurked in my drafts before is the kind of Tweets where I’m snapping at people about certain things, and I've managed to refrain from actually [Tweeting] them. I think that's good advice for anyone: Don't Tweet in anger. Wait until the moment has passed, and see how you feel in the morning. I think, in most cases, you'll end up not Tweeting it.