Need a little end-of-year reading? We’ve compiled our top ten most highly-trafficked Twitter stories of 2012, which includes a look at the top 10 most retweeted tweets of all time (with a brand-new number one), how Anonymous exposed pedophiles on Twitter, the first ever-live tweet commercial, social media statistics and facts and why buying Twitter followers is never a good idea.
Archives: December 2012
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Need a little weekend reading? We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a look at this year’s most amazing social media statistics, news that the usual suspects still dominate B2B social marketing, the top Twitter trends of 2012, six ways to have fun on Twitter over the holidays and how social media has helped save the film industry.
So, you have ‘a very impressive Twitter’ (like Donald Trump) and want to cash in, hmm?
Well, we’ve found a site showing you what your Twitter is worth and how to sell it. And we promise you’ll be disappointed if you read this.
Why not help them along by becoming a consumer advocate? It’s a simple, free way to make your voice heard while helping other regular folks be heard as well.
Oh and the best part? It not only shares criticism – it also shares praise.
It looks like Nielsen had good reason to create a new metric based entirely on tweet data: 2012 brought an 800% increase in top TV show tweets!
Many shows now include hashtags to encourage conversations online. Earlier this year, we shared a study reporting that 18% of viewers remembered seeing a hashtag on tv, and that number has undoubtedly increased.
Is your favorite show among those most socially shared online?
Another one to add to the list: perfecting your Twitter bio.
As we’ve written before, your Twitter bio is a key component of your identity on the platform, and a prime location for branding and visibility on Twitter.
And since your bio is limited to 160 characters, why not make them count?
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