It takes a lot to go viral on Twitter – you have to reach across varied interests, demographics and industries, and produce content that is ultra sharable. The people at Viral Ad Network have put together a list of the top 10 most viral brands on Twitter over the past year, and some of the names might come as a surprise.
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Who proved to be the most powerful social media user in the last twelve months? According to Klout’s “Most Influential Topics of 2010″ analysis, it was a tight race between two figures: President Barack Obama and Justin Bieber. While many media outlets are focussed on how Obama and Bieber could end up in the same sentence, never mind the same “most influential” list, a closer look at Klout’s list reveals what it can and cannot tell us about social media.
Read more at Social Times.
Klout, known for its influence measurements on Twitter, released its list of top most influential topics on Twitter last week – and there are some surprises in the list. For instance, would you have guessed that Red Eye, a show on Fox News, would be more influential than the highschool musical phenomenon Glee? Or that #tcot (Top Conservatives on Twitter) was the most influential tag? Here are some other surprising (and not-so-surprising) influential topics on Twitter in 2010.
Now that 2010 is behind us, most people are looking forward to the new year with resolutions, predictions and celebrations. But there is still lots that 2010 can offer us, and that holds true on Twitter, too. My Top Followers in 2010 is a neat little app that will show you who liked your tweets the most last year.
New Year’s Eve. A time for hope. A time to start over. A time to consume enough cups of good-cheer to make us wake up on New Years Day to a timeline of sloppy Tweets, telling our followers that we love them, …or hate them. …or that we are IN love with them.