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Want more retweets?
Sure, who doesn’t, right? Well, here’s what you need to do. Use hashtags – in fact, the more the merrier. Always include a photo with your tweet, as it helps you stand out. Exclamation marks at the end of a sentence can pay dividends, as can actually asking for your followers to retweet your message.
And if you really want to sit back and enjoy the spoilers, consider tweeting ALL IN CAPITAL LETTERS.
Cats are having a moment.
Actually they’ve been enjoying the Internet limelight for over a year now, not least by racking up social media followings that rival those of the most popular celebrities.
Statista created a chart to track the cats with the highest Twitter and Facebook follower counts.
Twitter just rolled out an app update that includes the ability to send photos in DMs, and get in-app notifications when people DM you, favorite, retweet or reply to your tweets.
Here’s what Twitter rolled out in tandem with its app enhancements: new app store screenshots overlaid with dumbed-down tips about the network.
Twitter’s direct message (DM) system has always been a little bit, well, rubbish – it has few features and also a strange 160-character limit that confuses a lot of newcomers.
Good news! As of yesterday the platform has had a small upgrade, as you can now… wait for it… send and view photos within DMs.
‘Tis the season… to buy your kids a whole boat-load of new toys, only to watch dejectedly as they ignore them in favor of playing spaceship in the empty boxes.
To make sure you get your kids something they’ll really want this holiday season, you might want to do a little research into the most popular toys out there, according to Twitter.
Sometimes (ahem, Sharknado), it’s not the best-quality programs that get the most buzz on social media.
NBC’s live TV performance of Rodgers’ and Hammerstein’s iconic The Sound of Music – and its star Carrie Underwood – was the subject of ridicule online over the months leading up to the broadcast.
But NBC got the last laugh.
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