If you have no clue why some of your tweets get dozens of clicks, retweets and replies while others seem to fall on deaf ears, you might want to try a more scientific approach.
One hundred years ago, on June 28th 1914, World War One began with the assassination of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand. To ensure we remember the sacrifices, hardships and historical significance of that time, a group of students has created a Twitter reenactment of the first Great War.
Do you use Twitter lists? You absolutely should – they are one of the most powerful ways to slice and dice the hundreds of millions of tweets sent per day into manageable, relevant segments. However, lists haven’t been updated in any significant way for years, and Twitter is missing out on a huge opportunity.
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