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New From Twitter: Fabric, a Modular Mobile Platform for App Developers

New From Twitter: Fabric, a Modular Mobile Platform for App Developers

Flight, Twitter’s first mobile developer conference, took place yesterday in San Francisco, and Twitter took the opportunity to announce Fabric, their new platform for mobile app developers.

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Marketer’s Guide to the Major League Baseball World Series (on Twitter) [INFOGRAPHIC]

Marketer’s Guide to the Major League Baseball World Series (on Twitter) [INFOGRAPHIC]

The 2014 MLB World Series is underway, with the San Francisco Giants enjoying a 1-0 lead on the Kansas City Royals after their victory yesterday. Game two is tomorrow, and Twitter provides an easy and effective way for fans to get involved.

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53% of Mothers Have Considered Quitting Social Media [STUDY]

53% of Mothers Have Considered Quitting Social Media [STUDY]

If you’re a brand using social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook and your key demographic is moms, you’ve had it really good over the past few years – mothers are highly active social media users, and are far more likely to read, engage with and share your content than any other demographic.

Or rather, they were, as a new study has revealed that moms might be getting a little jaded with social media, with more than half having considered stepping back.

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The Optimal Length of a Tweet, Hashtag, Podcast, Slideshare and (Almost) Everything Online

The Optimal Length of a Tweet, Hashtag, Podcast, Slideshare and (Almost) Everything Online

What’s the optimal length of a tweet?

With a maximum of 140 characters, you might think the best policy would be to use up every single one. But you’d be wrong: the ideal tweet has a length of between 71-100 characters, leaving plenty of extra room for old-fashioned retweets and comments.

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Flight, Twitter’s First Mobile Developer Conference, Launches Today

Flight, Twitter's First Mobile Developer Conference, Launches Today

Twitter’s first conference for mobile developers, called Flight, will take place today, October 22nd, in San Francisco.

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Saudi Cleric: Twitter is ‘evil’

Saudi Cleric: Twitter is 'evil'

A top cleric in Saudi Arabia has condemned Twitter as evil, criticising the social networking site for attacking Islam.

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The 13 Most Popular Social Networks (By Age Group)

The 13 Most Popular Social Networks (By Age Group)

Facebook is the number one social network in the U.S., with 76.8 percent of the internet population in the States active on Mark Zuckerberg’s baby.

But is that true across all age groups?

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How to Get Your First 100 #Twitter Followers

How to Get Your First 100 Twitter Followers

So you’re just getting started on Twitter. What’s the best way to get new followers?

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New Xbox One Update Has Deep Twitter Integration

New Xbox One Update Has Deep Twitter Integration

Microsoft first started teasing a deeper Xbox One integration with social media back in June when the Redmond-based giant announced that 45 new apps would be coming to Xbox, including Twitter and Vine.

In their Xbox One November preview Microsoft has detailed what to expect from the update, which includes a number of new Twitter features.

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Researchers Use Twitter to Predict (And Analyse) Relationship Breakups [STUDY]

Researchers Use Twitter to Predict (And Analyse) Relationship Breakups [STUDY]

A team of researchers who used Twitter to study the breakups of hundreds of couples found that their tweeting behaviour changed significantly before and after the split.

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