Back in September Twitter raised $1.8 billion in a convertible note offering that exceeded expectations after higher than anticipated demand.
Impressive stuff. However, that debt has now been scored as “junk” status by U.S. ratings agency Standard & Poor’s, who valued Twitter as below investment grade.
Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes 33 Twitter tips in 140 characters (or less), a study that looks at how many brands are using social media worldwide, why visual content can boost your brand, how to write the perfect social media post and a look at why millennials love user-generated content.
The best businesses on Twitter understand that they are building a brand with every tweet they send. The tone, content, timing, opinions, multimedia and more that make up their tweets impact how their audience perceives them.
Many SMBs, however, don’t have the time or resources to put together a branding document or hold multiple meetings with their marketing team to outline exactly what their brand is. If you are looking for a quick-and-dirty way to craft your Twitter brand, you can get a great head start by answering these ten questions.
Did you know that the very first tweet was sent on Twitter on March 21st, 2006, but that the platform didn’t fully open its doors to the public until almost four months later, on July 15th?
So you want to be famous on the internet?