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Discovered : A to Z Twitter Accounts

Twitter is now one ofΒ  the well known social media site, where everybody sharing “what is happening” on their side of the world,in 140 characters limit.Β Despite some application that can make you send more than 140 char tweets such as twitlonger, you need to manage in sending a tweet in less than 140 char, to make easier for others to ReTweet your tweet (the old fashion way). For me one of the uniqueness of twitter is “the art of sharing in 140 characters“.

With that limitation in character, one of the most important things that your Twitter ID/Account should be shorter as it can be, so it wont take too much character when people ReTweeting your tweet.

I have been wondering is there anyone that having the shortest Twitter ID, and in that “shortest” criteria will definitely be an ID with only a single character. So I have done some searching, and found these twitter ID with a single character.
Here they are in alphabetical order :



























So now we all know that the A to Z single alphabet of twitter ID has been taken, how lucky they are! Thank you for reading, and let us hear from you on the comment box.



30 thoughts on “Discovered : A to Z Twitter Accounts”

  1. Sonu says:

    Cool discovery Milana… :))

    1. Milana says:

      Sonu Thank you πŸ™‚

  2. Arun Basil Lal says:

    Oh milana, I didnt know that you were an author here πŸ™‚

    btw, I had done this post about an year ago –

    1. Milana says:

      Arun, surprised πŸ˜›
      OMG! i should have known that u have posted something like this, i wass too exciting over my finding, oh well, at least i have the "q" one πŸ˜‰ completed

      Thank you! πŸ˜€

  3. cherian tinu abraham says:

    Really Kewl discovery , Milana

    1. Milana says:

      Thank you Tinu! πŸ™‚

  4. Neeraj Kumar says:

    Sweet find Milana ! πŸ˜€

    1. Milana says:

      Thank you Neeraj πŸ˜€

  5. Shabnam Sultan says:

    Nice share Milana πŸ™‚ cool.

    1. Milana says:

      Hi Shabnam, thank you, glad you liked it πŸ™‚

  6. Harsha K N says:

    cool find mils, had not thought of it, great going πŸ™‚

    1. Milana says:

      Thank you so much Harsha! πŸ™‚

  7. mark says:

    Hey Milana,

    This is a great idea for a post! Very funny – I had no idea that the whole alphabet was taken πŸ™‚


    1. Milana says:

      Hi Mark, thank you, yes and some numbers ( as single digit ) are taken too πŸ™‚

  8. Mukundan Srinivasan says:

    How did u get the idea of A to Z twitter accounts. A different kind of post. Really Good work. Keep making more innovative posts.

    1. Milana says:

      Hi Mukundan, just wondering at first then doing some searching πŸ™‚
      Thank you, appreciated so much

  9. Anthony Mitchell says:

    Federation will not be kind to these people. Already we see interference from identical, yet conflicting IDs in use on both Twitter and Twitter clients that maintain their own compatible OMB networks, e.g., from's networks.

    Most outside OMB networks do not support Twitter's syntax conventions for upper and lowercase letters.

    @replies will present particular problems for these people when attempting to receive replies to posts across different platforms.

    IMHO it's better to nail down a consistent ID across as many networks as possible, even though this ID may not be short.

    1. Milana says:

      Anthony thank you for sharing your thoughts,
      hope one day those people stopping by this blog and read your IMHO in any syntax convention as they want it to be,so that would not conflicting any of those network,in or outside twitter client πŸ™‚

  10. Cgbalu says:

    The short and sweet style is universal.

    1. Milana says:

      thank you for your support CG! πŸ™‚

  11. Annanta says:

    wow, that is a awesome. i loved the K one as my name starts with K. I missed it out πŸ˜› . Awesome post. πŸ™‚


    1. Milana says:

      Hi Annanta, thank you, i thought you would like to get the @a hehe
      thanks for your support πŸ™‚

  12. Pablo Lara H says:

    Very original¡

    1. Milana says:

      thank you Pablo πŸ™‚

  13. Rakesh Solanki says:

    quite different experiment, but useful

    1. Milana says:

      Thank you Rakesh πŸ™‚

  14. William Lawrence says:

    Early adoption is cool for this respect, and easy to explain, HOWEVER, take a look at our mentions. It's really difficult to have a conversation on twitter due to many twitterers tweeting incorrectly. For some reason, Indonesians like to RT and shorten who they're RT'ing & way too often it shows up in my mentions.

    But I do like your post about this. Thank you!


    1. Milana says:

      Hi William,

      Thank you for the comment,
      and yes i've seen that and i strictly never agree to anyone who wants to reply their @s use RT instead.

      beside the cut-off of any ID can reflect others and especially those with single char,it will not shows any engaged history,that will be another post idea then πŸ™‚

      Thanks again


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