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Twitter’s Certified Program, which launched back in 2012, highlights products and services from Twitter developers to make it easier for businesses to find them. It’s a stamp of approval, if you will, and it does carry some weight for the third party firms fortunate enough to get the tick.
This week, Twitter has had a big international expansion with its Certified Program, with five new partners joining the flock.
This Week On Twitter: History Of Social Media, How To Track Social Media ROI, Internet In 60 Seconds
Need a little weekend reading?
We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes the history of social networking through the ages, tips on how to track your social media data and measure ROI, a look at how much data is generated every minute across the internet, news on Twitter’s latest ‘retweet with comment’ experiment and a study that reveals that teenagers now prefer Snapchat to Twitter and Instagram.
If a tweet is sent and no one is around to read it, does it make an impact? This isn’t a philosophical question: the answer is resoundingly “no.”
If you’re not part of a community on Twitter, you’re likely not seeing any real engagement with your content. Here are ten tips for building a community that will add value to your Twitter experience.
Basketball and former Miami Heat superstar LeBron James will officially become a free agent on July 1 – meaning that he can sign with any other NBA team – and fans and pundits have been speculating about which franchise King James will join.
But what does Twitter think?