Does your opinion change based on the tweets you read? A new academic study shows that opinions are formed very quickly by the Twitter hivemind, and once formed, they’re difficult to change.
Twitter is truly a global phenomenon. From its humble beginnings in the heart of San Francisco, Twitter is now being used in nearly every country around the world.
African Twitter users are just as Twitter-obsessed as their global counterparts, and a new study shows where the most eager tweeters live across the continent.
Heralded as an “All-day, all-night celebration of storytelling on Twitter,” the #TwitterFiction Festival will begin on Wednesday May 12th and run until Sunday May 16th.
Writers, readers and entertainment-lovers are invited to join in and embrace the love of storytelling… 140 characters at a time.
How would you react to someone bad-mouthing your brand on Twitter? Or an irate customer? Or a complete PR meltdown?
It isn’t nice to think that things might go horribly, horribly wrong, but as the old maxim goes: “hope for the best, but plan for the worst.” Here’s how to do the latter.
How does something “go viral” on Twitter? To an outside observer, it might seem like magic – a small group starts tweeting about something, and all of a sudden it blows up across the entire Twitter-verse, and everyone is talking about that so-ugly-it’s-cute kitten.
But researchers are convinced they can discover how new trends develop – tracking the next “twerk” based on the language we use on Twitter.
With over 241 million active users tweeting their ups and downs and everything in between, it can be difficult to make yourself heard, let alone stand out.
Whether you’re looking to increase your business’ Twitter account visibility, or network with others who share your passions, we’ve got seven tips for you to stand out in a crowd – in 140 characters or less.
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