Twitter’s relationship with television (and vice versa) is well documented, with fans increasingly taking to the social network to discuss what’s happening on their favourite shows (and with their favourite stars) in real time.
Nielsen has released their list of the top 10 most social TV series, specials and sporting events of the past 12 months. Last year Breaking Bad took the top series crown, but who ruled the roost in 2014?
Twitter (TWTR) rallied more than two percent on the opening today after a surprise upgrade on the stock.
Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a look at the evolution of social media (2004-14), news that Instagram is now bigger than Twitter, the top 14 social media metrics tracked by marketers, a new Netflix “Tweet Me a Reminder” button and a visual that covers the latest social media advertising statistics and trends.
So you’re tweeting spectacular content – stunning pictures, hilarious jokes, industry insights – but you’re not getting any bites. No retweets, no responses, no clicks. What are you doing wrong?
No content strategy is complete without an engagement strategy: a plan for connecting with your followers and other Twitter users in a meaningful way. Here are seven types of engagement that you can incorporate into your strategy to get you more customers on Twitter.