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Posts Tagged ‘2011’

2011 Top Stories On Twitter More Global Than US-Centric Bing And Yahoo Search

The top stories in 2011 on search and social don’t quite match up. Twitter’s top news stories of the past year were more global in nature than either Yahoo or Bing search, and tended to favor more international political news than either of the two search engines.
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Twitter’s #YearInReview: The Newest Accounts And The Hottest Topics

In parts two and three of its retrospective on 2011, Twitter takes a look at the famous faces that signed up for their very own account and the hottest topics and hashtags this past year.

And with a list including Charlie Sheen, the U.S. Secret Service, the Egyptian revolution and McDonald’s McLobster, they’re quite the eclectic bunch.
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What if “The King of One-Liners” had Twitter?

For those who are unfamiliar with his work, Rodney Dangerfield was known in his day as ‘The King of One-Liners’.   We have a feeling that if he had Twitter in his lifetime, he would have been a king of the Twitter-Sphere, too.  Read more

5 Twitter Trends to Look For in 2011

2010 saw massive growth for Twitter, as well as the introduction of an advertising platform and more mainstream attention. While these and other changes over the past year were big news for Twitter, we think 2011 will bring even more change to the microblogging service.

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Top 10 Twitter New Years Resolutions for 2011


New Years Eve is the time for promises to go to the gym that fizzle out in three weeks, renewed commitments to diets that are given up by Valentine’s Day, and predictions about the end of the world that (sadly) are never realized. And Twitter is no stranger to these varied predictions and resolutions that roll around with every new year.
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