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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.

Twitter Launches Interactive Small Business Guide

Twitter Launches Interactive Small Business Guide

Today’s small businesses have it tough when competing with bigger firms. Whether it’s retail or services or something in between, a small business must have a solid marketing strategy in place to help build a relationship with their customer. Fortunately, a new interactive guide from the fine folks at Twitter is here to help a business build that strategy – no matter what level of understanding they’re at.

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Mystery Tweeter Is Giving Away Cash To San Francisco Citizens

Mystery Tweeter Is Giving Away Cash To San Francisco Citizens

If you’re in San Francisco right now, there’s an account you should be following: @HiddenCash. The anonymous tweeter behind this account is giving away cold hard cash to intrepid San Francisco-ites who can figure out the cryptic clues pointing to the location of the money.

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Tweet To @OHT For Real-Time World Cup Translations

Tweet To @OHT For Real-Time World Cup Translations

The World Cup is a global phenomenon, attracting viewers, spectators and travelers from across the world every four years. And because of this multiculturalism, much of the news stories, event coverage and more are broadcast in a variety of languages.

One company wants to use social media to help people the world over to understand any and all coverage of the World Cup, by providing real-time translations via Twitter.

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Twitter Experiment: Video Sharing Via Hashtag

Twitter Experiment: Video Sharing Via Hashtag
Twitter is apparently experimenting with a new feature that would allow users to share a video clip without linking to or uploading the video – all they have to do is type a hashtag.

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3 Ways To Use Feeds To Fight Twitter Writer’s Block

How to Tweet from a Feed

If you’re trying to develop a consistent Twitter brand there are going to be days where you run into the deadly writer’s block. Don’t worry – it happens to most Twitter users. That said, consistency is one of the key elements to building a solid Twitter brand, so some days you’ll have to power through to find something to write about.

That’s where feeds can be of great help. By building a feed that includes all your favorite news sources, bloggers and content sharers, you’ll have a ready supply of topics that you can Tweet to your followers.

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Outgoing Indian Prime Minister Takes His Twitter Account With Him

India Computer Twitter

With the recent completion of the Indian elections, the government has found itself working on the transition plan to new Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Part of this transition plan involves conferring the social media accounts of the outgoing government to the new incoming government. However, the outgoing prime minister may have done a disservice to India in its attempts to transfer the account.

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Ontario Launches AMBER Alert On Twitter

Ontario Launches AMBER Alert On Twitter

Ontario’s provincial police (OPP) have launched an Amber Alert Twitter account, to alert the public about missing and abducted children.

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This Twitter Map Shows The Mood Of The World In Real Time

This Twitter Map Shows The Mood Of The World In Real Time

Researchers have begun to track emotions on Twitter in real time, exploring how the mood around the world shifts based on events, locations and gender.

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Young People Don’t Trust Twitter As Much As You Think [STUDY]

Young People Don't Trust Twitter As Much As You Think [STUDY]
A new study suggests that young people aren’t as susceptible to believing everything they see on Twitter as you might think.

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How To Get Businesses To Pay Attention To Your Complaints On Twitter

How To Get Businesses To Pay Attention To Your Complaints On Twitter

If you follow even one business on Twitter, you’re part of the majority. But have you ever tried interacting with that business? Sending a question or complaint – and then being summarily ignored – is not a great feeling.

As a consumer on Twitter, you have a fair bit of power at your fingertips. Here’s how to get businesses to pay attention to you.

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