Use twitter at least 15 mins a week, follow quite a few people & some follow you. Participate more actively on Twitter with Tweets and Retweets.
Whenever we’re talking about professional development, quality obviously trumps quantity. But who doesn’t want a quantity of quality. Your goal should not to be to follow a gazillion people and a gazillion follow you back. The idea is to follow people who offer you interesting ideas even if they don’t so every day or every minute. Nonetheless, the more interesting educators you follow, the better your chances to come across something that’s right up your alley. So yes, following a large quantity of quality educators on Twitter is relevant.
This wikiHow article might be useful, “How to Write a Better Twitter Headline“:
As well as this article from The Atlantic, “Be Better at Twitter: The Definitive Data-Driven Guide“: