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Jennifer Lawrence, Brad Pitt, Gravity And THAT Selfie – Twitter’s Reaction To The Oscars [INFOGRAPHIC]
What was your best memory of the Oscars? And did you talk about it live on Twitter?
If so, you’re far from alone. More than 14.7 million tweets about the 86th Academy Awards were shared on Twitter during the Oscars telecast, with conversation buzzing around host Ellen Degeneres (and THAT selfie), nominees Jennifer Lawrence and Brad Pitt, Gravity, Frozen and 12 Years A Slave.
Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a Dr Seuss guide to Twitter, a look at why women dominate social media, the 20 most popular brands on Twitter, Twitter’s 10 most-followed users and tips on how unsexy brands rock social media.
How would you react to someone bad-mouthing your brand on Twitter? Or an irate customer? Or a complete PR meltdown?
It isn’t nice to think that things might go horribly, horribly wrong, but as the old maxim goes: “hope for the best, but plan for the worst.” Here’s how to do the latter.
It’s no secret that social media, and the Internet in general, have revolutionized human communication. The way we interact with others has completely changed, and so too has the way we seek and acquire information, hence why you’re reading this article right now. It all boils down to the fact that we live in a digital world and social media has become our trusty sidekick who we turn to for, well, everything.
Do you advertise on Twitter? Are you paying less per ad, now, than you were a year or two ago?
If so, you’re far from alone, as the cost of an average ad on Twitter fell 18 percent in the last three months of 2013, and is down 81 percent overall since Q1 2012, reveals Quartz, citing data from Twitter’s latest annual report.
A recent report shows that nearly 60 percent of the UK’s Twitter user base is following a newspaper brand in the UK, and that those who follow a newspaper brand are more affluent, more active tweeters and more likely to share and comment on current events.