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Lauren Dugan

Lauren is the former editor of AllTwitter and continues to contribute regularly. Follow Lauren on Twitter at @lauren_dugan.

Why Now Is the Time for Your Brand to Start Posting Video on Twitter

Why Now Is the Time for Your Brand to Start Posting Video on Twitter
We might not all be cozying around a smartphone for family movie night, but mobile video is rising in popularity nonetheless. And Twitter’s latest announcement should motivate any brand that isn’t tweeting videos to fire up the digital camera.

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Can Twitter Shaming Prevent Bad Parking?

Can Twitter Shaming Prevent Bad Parking?

Can public shaming get people to do a better job parking their cars? A new Twitter movement says “yes.”

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Judge ‘Very Impressed’ by Live Tweeting From Courtroom

Judge 'Very Impressed' by Live Tweeting From Courtroom

A Nova Scotia judge is welcoming Twitter into his courtroom with open arms.

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Twitter Is Used To Share Good News, Phones Used To Share Bad [STUDY]

Twitter Is Used To Share Good News, Phones Used To Share Bad [STUDY]

When you get good news, do you quickly take to Twitter to share it with your followers? If you do, you’re not alone: a new study shows that Twitter is used more for good news, while phones are the technology of choice for sharing bad news.

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The Secret to Listening on Twitter: Advanced Search

The Secret to Listening on Twitter: Advanced Search

Many small and medium businesses ignore one of the most vital – and useful – aspects of Twitter: the ability to listen.

Listening to customers, competitors and industry leaders doesn’t have to be an expensive proposition that only the “big guys” can afford, nor does it have to be a time-consuming activity that only large teams can handle. Listening on Twitter is as simple as knowing how to search.

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Possible 2016 Presidential Candidate Spends $14,000 on Twitter Ads

Possible 2016 Presidential Candidate Spends $14,000 on Twitter Ads

Politicians have plastered their ads on every medium imaginable, from billboards to TVs – and, of course, 140-character tweets.

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Hillary Clinton Visits Twitter HQ for Q&A

Hillary Clinton Visits Twitter HQ for Q&A

Earlier this week, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco for a sit-down Q&A, discussing her new book, politics, and taking questions from the Twitter community.

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Millionaires Love Facebook, Ignore Twitter

Millionaires Love Facebook, Ignore Twitter

Millionaires are all about social media – but they much prefer Facebook to Twitter.

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Changes Are Coming To Twitter’s Direct Messages

Changes Are Coming To Twitter's Direct Messages

Good news for those who have been pulling their hair out over Twitter’s clunky Direct Message system: the company has announced that it’s revamping the way you send your private messages.

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How to Stalk Your Competitors’ Customers on Twitter

Why You Should Stalk Your Competitor's Customers on Twitter

It might sound like strange advice, but a little Twitter stalking can go a long way.

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