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‘Twin Peaks’ Returns (On Twitter) 25 Years After Airing

'Twin Peaks' Returns (On Twitter) 25 Years After Airing

It’s been a quarter century since Laura Palmer cryptically whispered – in that bizarrely backwards fashion of the “other” world from Twin Peaks – that she would see FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper in 25 years. And her prophesy has come to be: two Twin Peaks super-fans have created a third season of the cult favorite using a trans-media experience via Twitter.

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Conversnitch: The Lamp That Live-Tweets Your Private Conversations

Conversnitch: The Lamp That Live-Tweets Your Private Conversations

Turns out you aren’t paranoid after all.

They are out to get you.

Two artists have created Conversnitch, a cheap device that can be easily built into a lamp or bulb that records conversations it hears around it, and posts the results to Twitter.

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Twitter TV Conversation Targeting Expands Around The Globe

Twitter TV Conversation Targeting Expands Around The Globe

Twitter’s TV conversation targeting product, which allows networks and brands to promote tweets to users who engage with specific shows, launched in the U.S. and United Kingdom back in November, and now the service has rolled out to Brazil, Canada, France and Spain.

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Twitter Drives $0.62 Revenue Per Referral Visit (Facebook: $1.24, Pinterest: $0.65) [STUDY]

Twitter Drives $0.62 Revenue Per Referral Visit (Facebook: $1.24, Pinterest: $0.65) [STUDY]

What’s the price of a Twitter user? According to a new study from Adobe, it’s $0.62 per referral visit, a figure which is up marginally from last year.

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Is Tumblr Better At Social TV Than Twitter? [STUDY]

Is Tumblr Better At Social TV Than Twitter? [STUDY]

Despite Twitter’s partnerships and acquisitions in the social TV space, a new study suggests that it’s actually Tumblr that is the big social TV winner (but take that with a grain of salt, as the study was commissioned by none other than Tumblr itself).

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Tweets, Facebook Posts, Domains, Subject Lines – The Ideal Length Of Everything Online [INFOGRAPHIC]

Tweets, Facebook Posts, Domains, Subject Lines - The Ideal Length Of Everything Online [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you’re trying to generate engagement, what’s the optimum, maximum length of a tweet?

100 characters*, according to research from Buddy Media, outlined here in this great post on the Buffer blog, which looks at the ideal length of almost everything online.

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Twitter Improves Geo-Targeting Options For UK Advertisers

Twitter Improves Geo-Targeting Options For UK Advertisers

Twitter’s range of promoted products are an effective tool for driving awareness of products and services (as well as your @brandname) on Twitter, but for local businesses in the United Kingdom the geo-targeting options have always been pretty limited unless you’re in a major city.

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The New Twitter Profile Page: Complete Image Size Guide

The New Twitter Profile Page: Complete Image Size GuideTwitter has rolled out its new-look profile pages to all users (you can get yours here), and with the update comes a resize of header photos and avatars, which means you’ll likely have to do a little maintenance to get your page looking tip-top.

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Twitter’s New Profile Is Now Available To Everyone: Here’s How To Get Yours

Twitter's New Profile Is Available To Everyone: Here's How To Get Yours

Today, Twitter began rolling out its latest profile redesign to all users. Here’s how you can make the switch right now.

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Bad Boys, Scandal Beat Game Of Thrones (And THAT Scene) In Twitter TV Ratings

Bad Boys, Scandal Beat Game Of Thrones (And THAT Scene) In Twitter TV Ratings

ESPN’s 30 for 30: Bad Boys, an affectionate look at the love-to-hate Detroit Pistons NBA basketball franchise of the late 1980s and 90s, topped Nielsen’s Twitter TV ratings for the week April 14-20, beating off strong competition from ABC’s Scandal and HBO’s Game Of Thrones.

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