Get Started On Twitter Badge Certification Assessment Answers 2022

Exam Name: Get Started On Twitter Badge

Exam URL: https://www.twitterflightschool.com/student/path/886208-get-started-on-twitter

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Q1. The Twitter Rules are centered around three primary areas:

  • safety, precautions, and policy
  • authenticity, policy, and precaution
  • policy, safety, and public integrity
  • safety, privacy, and authenticity

Q2. What are some good things to highlight in your pinned Tweet? (select three)

  • Your latest launch campaign
  • A funny meme about your boss
  • Your favorite cause or charity
  • An ongoing sale, promotion, or campaign

Q3. How many characters can be used in your Twitter Bio?

  • 120
  • 140
  • 280
  • 160

Q4. How many characters can be used in a Tweet?

  • 280
  • 120
  • 160
  • 140

Q5. True or False. On Twitter, the word ‘Tweet’ can be used as a verb or a noun.

  • False
  • True

Q6. Match the following terms to their definitions.

  1. Mention
  2. Tweet Thread
  3. Quote Tweet
  4. Verified Badge
  • 1. Including other accounts in your Tweet by using the @ sign followed directly by their username
  • 2. A series of connected Tweets from one person. You can provide additional context, an update or additional commentary on a topic by connecting multiple Tweets together.
  • 3. Allows you to add your own commentary along with a photo, GIF, or video to someone else’s Tweet and share it with your followers.
  • 4. Lets people know that an account of public interest is authentic.

Q7. What are the types of enforcement that may be used if someone violates the Twitter rules? (select three)

  • Ad-level enforcement
  • Tweet-level enforcement
  • Account-level enforcement
  • DM-level enforcement

Q8. Creating _________ are key in guiding you on how to plan and create relevant content.

  • Photo Tweets
  • Brand Voice Guidelines
  • Live Q&As
  • Content Pillars

Q9. ________ are a great way to drive engagement and learn more about what your followers like.

  • @ Replies
  • Polls
  • Retweets
  • Direct Messages

Q10. True or False. You can promote or encourage suicide or self-harm on Twitter as long as you disable replies.

  • True
  • False

Q11. What are the three types of content we recommend you create when trying to connect with cultural moments on Twitter? (select three)

  • Reactive Content
  • Planned Content
  • Video Content
  • Anticipated Content

Q12. What three things are essential to building a solid Twitter content strategy? (select three)

  • Developing a massive following
  • Defining Your Objectives
  • Defining Your Audience
  • Creating a Content Calendar

Q13. When you see a questionable Tweet in your timeline, how can you take action? (select four)

  • Block the account
  • Unfollow the account
  • Report the account
  • Send the account owner a DM and ask them to delete the Tweet
  • Mute the account

Q14. What are three things you can do to esnure your account stays secure? (select three)

  • Keep your browser & operating system updated
  • Use two-factor athentication
  • Use a simple, easy-to-remember password
  • Monitor your third-party connections

Q15. True or False. If we take account against your account, you can appeal the decision through our Twitter Help Center.

  • True
  • False

Q16. What does TAD stand for?

  • Tweet Activity Dashboard
  • Twitter Analytics Display
  • Tweet Analytics Dashboard
  • Twitter Activity Data

Q17. ________ are a great way to tell longer-form, curated stories on Twitter.

  • Stories
  • Moments
  • Bookmarks
  • Tweet Storms

Q18. True or False. People are allowed to create parody, newsfeed, commentary, and fan accounts on Twitter provided that the accounts follow certain requirements.

  • False
  • True

Q19. Tapping this icon allows you to change the content of your Home Timeline. You can choose to show the latest Tweets from the people and topics you follow or Top Tweets curated by us.

  • The Tweet Display Settings Button
  • The Timeline Control Button
  • The Content Preferences Button
  • The Topics Menu

Q20. _________ are Tweets paid for by our advertisers.

  • Promoted Tweets
  • Paid Tweets
  • Media Tweets
  • Organic Tweets

Q21. True or False. You may not threaten violence against an individual or a group of people. We also prohibit the glorification of violence.

  • False
  • True

Q22. What are the main ways to track your success on Twitter? (select three)

  • Twitter Data Dashboard
  • Twitter Analytics
  • Twitter Ads Manager
  • Twitter Media Studio

Q23. What feature allows you to tailor search results to specific date ranges, people, and more?

  • The Explore Tab
  • The Search Results Page
  • The Advanced Search Tool
  • The Search Bar

Q24. When searching Twitter, how would you see the most recent content related to your search term(s) that people have shared on Twitter.

  • Click the People Tab in search results
  • Click the Latest Tab in search results
  • Click the Photos or Videos Tab in search results
  • Click the Top Tab in search results

Q25. When using Conversation Settings, what are the options you have for controlling who can reply to your Tweets? (select three)

  • Everyone
  • Only people you mention
  • No one
  • People you follow

Q26. True or False. In addition to signing up with your email address, you can also use your phone number when creating your Twitter account.

  • False
  • True

Q27. When creating video content, where should you place your logo?

  • Bottom-right corner
  • Bottom-left corner
  • Top-left corner
  • Top-right corner

Q28. What are some of the most basic ways to interact with content on Twitter? (select three)

  • Liking Tweets
  • Unfollowing people
  • Replying to Tweets
  • Retweeting or Quote Tweeting

Q29. _________ is a unique place within the Twitter UI that gives you instant access to topics and conversations that are popular amongst people on Twitter worldwide.

  • The Explore Tab
  • The Trendy Tab
  • The Tweets Tab
  • The Content Tab

Q30. We believe the majority—if not all—of your content should be capped at _____.

  • 30 seconds
  • 10 seconds
  • 60 seconds
  • 15 seconds

Q31. True or False. You can grant different levels of permissions to multiple users, who will be able to access your Twitter Ads account while logged into their own personal handle.

  • True
  • False

Q32. _________ displays a stream of Tweets from accounts and Topics you’ve chosen to follow on Twitter.

  • Your Twitter Login Screen
  • Your Notifications Bar
  • Your Home Timeline
  • Your Settings Page

Q33. What are the recommended dimensions for your Twitter profile picture?

  • 200×200 px
  • 100×100 px
  • 400x400px
  • 40×40 px

Q34. _________ is a unique feature of Twitter’s desktop experience. Here you’ll find the latest Tweets and stories that are trending on Twitter.

  • The Explore Tab
  • The Trending Section
  • Your Direct Message Inbox
  • The “What’s Happening” Section

Q35. How many characters can be used in your display name?

  • 25
  • 30
  • 40
  • 50

Q36. What tool allows you to create real-time audio conversations with other people on Twitter?

  • Twitter Spaces
  • Voice Tweets
  • Twitter Q&As
  • Podcast Tweets

Q37. This dashboard features high-level statistics and is a gallery of your greatest hits.

  • Analytics Account Home
  • Tweet Activity Dashboard
  • Video Activity Dashboard
  • Twitter Media Studio

Q38. If your account is compromised, one of the first things you should do is…

  • Send a DM to Twitter Support
  • Close your Twitter account
  • Change your password
  • Tweet about it

Q39. What are three ways you can improve your Twitter bio? (select three)

  • Share your brand history
  • State your organization’s mission
  • Keep it as short as possible
  • Try to be humorous

Q40. How can you ensure your parody account is in compliance with Twitter’s policies? (select two)

  • Every Tweet should use the hashtag #Parody
  • You should use the same profile photo as the celebrity or entity you are parodying.
  • The bio should clearly indicate that the account is not affiliated with the subject of the account.
  • The display name should clearly indicate that the account is not affiliated with the subject of the account.

Q41. Where should you go for the most up-to-date statistics on the actions we’re taking on Twitter?

  • Request a safety report from your Twitter Client Partner
  • Visit https://transparency.twitter.com
  • Follow @Twitter for more info
  • Check our latest press releases

Q42. When writing your Tweets, you should consider… (choose three)

  • Using up all 280 characters
  • Incorporating Hashtags
  • Keep your copy focused on serving a single purpose
  • Keeping it short & sweet

Q43. What tool gives you the power to decide who can reply to your Tweets.

  • Tweet Audience Enforcement
  • Conversation Settings
  • Twitter Reply Controller
  • Hidden Tweets

Q44. Following ________ are a great way to stay on top of the conversations related to the subjects you care about most.

  • Trends
  • Topics
  • Tweets
  • Other People

Q45. _________ should be an ever-changing billboard showcasing what’s new with your brand or organization.

  • Your profile photo
  • Your Pinned Tweet
  • Your Twitter bio
  • Your header photo

Q46. A _______ is a message sent directly from one Twitter account to another.

  • @ Reply
  • Tweet
  • Retweet
  • DM

Q47. A _______ is a topic or hashtag algorithmically determined to be one of the most popular topics on Twitter at any given moment.

  • Quote Tweet
  • Retweet
  • Trend
  • Tweet

Q48. When logged in to twitter.com or via our mobile app, you can access on-the-spot analytics by finding and tapping on the ________

  • Twitter Data Button
  • Twitter Activity Toggle
  • Tweet Activity Button
  • Tweet Analytics Link

Q49. What type of content allows you to record an audio message and share it with your followers?

  • Twitter Spaces
  • Voice Tweets
  • Music Tweets
  • Podcast Tweets

Q50. You may not use Twitter’s services for the purpose of manipulating or interfering in elections or other civic processes. This includes posting or sharing content that may suppress participation or mislead people about when, where, or how to participate in a civic process.

  • False
  • True

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