The Internet has been having a good laugh lately at the FBI. The cloak-and-dagger institution is apparently not only listening to your tweets, but they’re painstakingly cataloguing every time you abbreviate or use slang, LOL.
There’s no denying that we’re a selfie-obsessed society. The word itself made it into the dictionary this year, and selfies are being snapped by celebrities, cartoon characters and regular Joes the world over.
But Twitter is taking the selfie phenomenon to new heights with its “Dronie” account – an unmanned aerial vehicle that is flying around Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, taking sky-high videos of the celebrities in attendance.
Keeping up a consistent Twitter presence is all about building good habits. Whether your goal is to get more customers, generate ebook downloads, network with potential employers or just follow the latest news, there are a few habits that you can learn from the most successful tweeters out there – and marking milestones is a big one.
The prevailing attitude among customer service providers seems to be that Twitter is a backup to their call center. Sure, it’s handy, but it’s not the primary place that consumers go for support.
However, new surveys beg to differ, and instead point to the growing importance of Twitter as a customer support tool.
If you have a local business, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be connected to local customers. But some business owners find it difficult to not only locate, but also network effectively with their local community.
Here are some tips for businesses looking to enhance their local presence on Twitter.
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