When you’re just starting out as a political reporter, your job isn’t to dig into the weeds of politics.
But that’s not how most of us got started with Twitter.
You have to write about politics in a way that doesn’t make you look like you’re on a crusade to save the world, or even to make yourself look like a real politician.
You’re there to make people feel good about your job, to inspire them to become activists, to make them feel better about themselves, and to keep them on their toes.
And you have to be willing to go through the motions to get that.
That’s how you start building your political network, how you build up your followers, and how you get people to care about you in the first place.
You can be a journalist for just about any political cause, but if you want to start building a political network that’s more than just a Twitter feed, you have a few things to consider: you’ll need a reliable email list to keep track of your political activity, you’ll have to deal with trolls, and you’ll want to take a certain amount of risk when you create a political account.
The first step to building a good political network is to learn how to manage it.
You’ll also need a good understanding of the social-media landscape, so you know how to get people’s attention.
When you start out, you’re going to have to rely on your Twitter feed to tell you everything you need to know about your politics.
That means it’s going to take some time to get used to, and it’s important to be flexible about how you use it.
So how do you get started?
When you first start using Twitter, you need a social media account that’s already up and running.
That way, you can send out Tweets from your phone and get people talking.
But what if you don’t have a Twitter account?
If you don and want to get some news out of the gate, you might have to spend a few minutes looking for a Twitter page or creating one.
In most cases, though, you don.
When I started using Twitter as a journalist, I found it easier to set up my own Twitter account than to use a Twitter list.
The setup process can be time-consuming, but once you do it, you will have an easy-to-follow list of political accounts that will get you started in your day to day.
The best way to start is to use an online service like Buffer or Twitter’s own tool, which makes it easy to get your followers and friends to follow you.
When we were doing research for this article, we found that Twitter’s Buffer page was the most popular way to organize and send Tweets, followed by the Facebook, Google+, and Instagram groups.
The Buffer tool allows you to easily create and share lists of accounts you follow, and allows you and your followers to easily follow each other and share links and posts from your account.
It also allows you see who’s following whom, so it’s great for getting a sense of who your followers are and what their interests are.
The problem is, it also has the potential to become a platform for political trolls, who will use it to harass and harass your readers.
We’ve seen this problem in action.
In June, a Twitter user named David Hsieh tweeted out a series of abusive Tweets accusing the Democratic National Committee of using a fake account to send out negative messages about him.
Twitter’s response was to suspend his account, saying he violated its terms of service.
He said he’d lost his account due to the harassment, but he wasn’t allowed to use the account again until he gave up his phone and moved to a new location.
Twitter suspended his account again.
The account was back online in July.
He followed up with a follow-up tweet that showed his followers how to send harassing Tweets.
But even after he was banned for harassment, he kept sending messages to the Twitter account.
And when he tried to follow up with the account, Twitter said he was suspended and that they wouldn’t be removing his account.
After a week, Twitter told him it wasn’t going to suspend him.
That made it harder for him to stay on Twitter and keep tweeting.
So he tried his second tactic: he created a new Twitter account on a different service.
Twitter also blocked the account he used to follow the DNC.
He had to re-create it on another service.
And so on and so forth.
The result: the account that was once a good candidate for harassment and abuse was now a ghost of its former self.
But you can make your life easier if you follow the same steps.
Here’s how to do it: Follow your Twitter account with a list of your friends.
(There’s also a list on your own profile that lists your friends’ accounts, which you can tap to see if you