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Archives: December 2010

5 Twitter Trends to Look For in 2011

2010 saw massive growth for Twitter, as well as the introduction of an advertising platform and more mainstream attention. While these and other changes over the past year were big news for Twitter, we think 2011 will bring even more change to the microblogging service.

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Anonymous Twitter Account Named Music Critic of the Year

Who said that you couldn’t really communicate in 140-characters or less? Well, Village Voice would disagree, as they have just crowned the music critic of the year: an anonymous Twitter account that critiques an artist’s entire discography in a single tweet.
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SEC Looking Into Twitter’s Private Stock Trading

Rumors are floating around today that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is conducting a probe into the private trading going on in companies like Facebook and Twitter. Twitter isn’t traded publicly, and the SEC wants to know more about the private deals that go on behind closed doors.
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All You Need to Know About Twitter in 2010 [Infographic]

Reaching 90,000 tweets a day, a $3+ billion valuation and a first annual developer conference are some highlights of the past 12 months in Twitter’s history. 2010 saw many changes and lots of growth for the microblogging service, and Flowtown has created an infographic timeline to capture all of these and other great Twitter moments of 2010.
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Have You Seen The “Twitter Movie” Trailer Yet? [VIDEO]

“I want to create a way to blog that is as random and incoherent as writing on a bathroom wall,” says a floppy-haired, glassy-eyed creative type… and so Twitter is born. Well, not really, but in the alternate universe of “The Twit Movie”, that’s how the 140-character goodness began. If you haven’t seen this parody trailer, you’ve got to check it out for a few laughs!
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What Does Your Twitter Background Say About You?

Twitter might not be as customizable in terms of information as Facebook is, but you can still personalize your Twitter presence in a big way: your Twitter background. You might not think much of your current background, but it says a lot about you. If you find you’re projecting the wrong message with your Twitter background, it’s never too late to make a change!
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Why You Need to Create a Tweet Schedule Now

What’s your business’ tweet style? Do you post last-minute “the weather outside is terrible so I’m going to stay in and drink cocoa” posts, or are your tweets targeted and professional? Businesses that don’t have an active tweet schedule need to create one today, in order to maximize the benefits of their Twitter presence. Learn how below.
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Tweet Your Reality Show Predictions on Google TV

Google TVs have begun scuffing their boots on our Welcome Mats and integrating themselves into the lives & homes of the beautiful people of North America.  The Twitter feature makes it convenient to tweet about TV shows, as you watch them.  Sure, we could just look down at our laptops as we view our programs.  But it’s kind of nice to put all of our eggs in one basket, and see both Twitter and a live basketball game living in harmony, on the same screen.

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Some Essential Things to Know About the New Twitter

Twitter rolled out “New Twitter” in September, with all 160 million users having access to the redesigned homepage by mid-October. While there was some resistance (as there always is with change), the reaction to New Twitter has generally been positive. And with the Old Twitter becoming obsolete shortly, we thought we’d take a look at some basics you should know about the New Twitter.
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What Happens if Twitter Starts Collecting More User Data?

As it is, Twitter isn’t so much a social network as an informational network: your profile is limited, your interactions are more often than not with people you don’t actually know, and you are more likely to share news stories than last-night-I-got-so-wasted stories. But now that Twitter has all guns firing on its advertising platform, will we see more requests for personal information to better target ads and appease advertisers?
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