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Eight Ways To Track Twitter Trends

One of the most significant implications of Twitter is its ability to tap into the zeitgeist.

A quick glance through the platform gives you a reliable sense of “what’s trending” both on- and offline.

When a major event goes down or a big story occurs, more and more people tweet about it and it ends up at the top of Twitter Search as a top trend (check out the top 10 Twitter trends from 2011 here).

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20 Twitter Stats From 2012

Digital marketing exec Brian Honigman put together a handy list of 100 Fascinating Social Media Statistics and Figures From 2012 for the Huffington Post.

Obviously, the 20 nuggets of Twitter info were the ones that caught our eye. Take a peek, followed by our commentary:

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Three Common Twitter Goofs, And How To Recover From Them

Everyone does it.

You misspell a word and press “Send” too quickly; you’re a social media manager for a brand and you tweet something personal to the company’s thousands of followers; you send a tweet that was meant to be a DM.

It happens, and it’s not the end of the world. But it’s always smart to keep apprised of the potential Twitter traps to avoid, and prepare a game plan for when you do mess up.

Here are three common Twitter goofs. Before you panic, we’ll also help you out with a few damage control tactics.

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5 Common Twitter Myths That Are Hurting Your Efforts

Twitter’s been around for a while, but there are still some nasty myths circulating among even the Twitter elite that could be crippling your success.
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5 Types Of Tweets That Will Get You Retweeted

One of the golden currencies of Twitter is the retweet. When someone retweets you, they’re telling their followers that you’ve got something interesting to say. But getting retweeted isn’t an easy task – you’ve got to offer something new and interesting to your followers, which can be difficult to do consistently. If you’re having some trouble in this area, we’ve got five types of tweets that will get you retweeted, so you can start impressing the Twitterverse with your insight.
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25 Creative Tweet Prompts to Help You Banish (140 Character) Writer’s Block

While it may seem that some prolific Twitterati never run out of things to say in 140 characters or less, our guess is they struggle with Twitter writer’s block from time to time just like the rest of us. It isn’t always easy to condense your ideas down into 140 characters. We’ve got 25 creative tweet prompts for you, to help you banish Twitter writer’s block and spice up your output.
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10 Ways To Build A Large, Quality Following On Twitter

While we’ve said many times that follower count means less on Twitter than influence, followers are still an integral part of a successful Twitter presence.

If you’re looking to grow your follower count in a sustainable, meaningful way, here are 10 tips to get you started.
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Hate The Bitly Update? Here Are 5 Alternative URL Shorteners For Twitter

With people up-in-arms over the more complicated, less user-friendly Bitly update today, it seemed like a good time to point out 5 great alternative URL shorteners that you can switch to if Bitly’s got you down.
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The 140 Best Twitter Accounts Of 2012 According To TIME

TIME has put together their picks for the best 140 Twitter accounts of 2012 – those accounts that they think will shape the conversation in the year to come. What do you think about the accounts on their list?
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7 Ways Businesses Can Use Twitter

Twitter is a valuable tool for any business, big or small. Whether you’re a one-person operation or part of a large social media team, creating a presence on Twitter is a great idea. There is more than one way to use this versatile social information tool, however, so we’ve listed 7 ways businesses can use Twitter so you can see which one(s) are right for you.
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