By Mary C. Long on November 29, 2012 4:55 PM
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Archives: November 2012
You knew it was coming – you knew someone big was going to get ticked at Twitter’s new API restrictions and take action, but did you ever expect it would take the form of a restraining order? Or that the developer would, at least temporarily, win?
PeopleBrowsr’s court action against Twitter today may seem suicidal (because it kind of is), but is that a bell tolling in the distance? Not for PeopleBrowsr or third party developers though – for Twitter.
A new survey has revealed that almost half (45 percent) of Twitter users have used the micro-blogging social network to date and flirt with other members, and one-in-three confessed to having sent “sexy” tweets.
Direct messages were cited as the most common way of flirting, with 83 percent of those who engaged in such behaviour on Twitter having done so via a suggestive private message.
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A recent survey revealed that content marketing is the number one driver of leads for B2B firms, and brands looking to invest in social media, blogs, email and article marketing should ensure they’re following three simple rules to maximise their return.
1. Product original content
2. Share this content through your marketing and PR channels
3. Generate visibility and leads to win
Do you like receiving emails from Twitter?
Some of their emails come in handy. Like learning about new features, for example, or finding out right away when someone mentions you or retweets/favorites your tweets.
But some aren’t so handy – and we just learned that one is downright dangerous.
Twitter’s Fiction Festival kicked off today. Have you been following along? We’ll tell you a bit more about it after the jump.
But the big news to know right now is this: If you live in the New York area, you may want to join the live Twitter Fiction event this Saturday. It’s being held at the New York Public Library and promises to be a great networking opportunity for writers (and readers!).