Today only, we’re having a one day sale on our summer social media networking events, AllTwitter Marketing Conference and AllFacebook Marketing Conference, June 4 and 5 in San Francisco. You’ll save $100 off your ticket to either event or $200 off a Combo Pass to attend both. Just use the code ONEDAY when you register.
Much like the Twitter feature we told you about in February, prompting users to “welcome back” tweeps who left and then returned to Twitter, we have another user prompt to share with you: Reconnect.
You probably haven’t seen it, and who knows if you ever will (more on that below), but it’s fun to find out about things before they (potentially) hit mainstream isn’t it?
Yahoo recently announced it would be showing tweets in its real-time search results – and that’s awesome for everyone involved, Yahoo, Twitter, you, me – and should worry Google.
But maybe Twitter should actually be a bit worried too, because Yahoo obviously plans to be at the top of the technology pyramid and one of the companies it must step on in its climb to the top is its new friend, Twitter.
And this has been made crystal clear by Yahoo’s acquisition of Tumblr.
Love your Twitter handle? Well, let’s hope there isn’t a business out there with the same name that wants it – or you might be out of luck, Chuck.
A couple in Idaho had a Twitter handle for three years and lost it because a resort going by the same name wanted the handle.
It can’t be THAT easy to lose your Twitter name, can it? Apparently, yes. But they’re fighting to get it back.
Have you signed up for Twitter and that’s about as far as you got?
Or maybe you’re using it, but not seeing results and just doing know where to start?
If you join us for the AllTwitter Marketing Conference next month, you’ll not only learn where to start – you’ll leave a pro (especially if you pay close attention during the panel I’m moderating).
The world of digital marketing shifts, adjusts and evolves at a furious pace, with a veritable plethora of tools, technologies and platforms arriving – and changing – all of the time.
Heck, a couple of days ago Tumblr was a standalone entity. Now it’s wholly-owned by Yahoo. What changes will that bring? More ads? Less porn? Will Tumblr finally get that all-important exclamation mark? All of the above!?
Stand-up comedian, actor and author Michael Ian Black has amassed almost 2 million Twitter followers since his first tweet pre-2010.
To wit: Conversations With A Twitter Feed, a hilarious web series created, written and directed by Alex J. Mann, who moonlights as a writer for SomeECards. David C. Monk is the director of photography and editor.