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Twitter wants to be more relevant to you. And in order to do so, they’ve started providing users with tailored suggestions of who to follow, rather than just a list of some of the most popular account.
Since not everyone loves Justin Bieber, this move should make searching for new, relevant accounts to follow a more pleasant experience for the average user, and Twitter’s hoping it increases the number of new users who stick around past the signup process.
Twitter has seen a spate of spammy, scammy tweets proliferate through its network lately. It’s a good idea to arm yourself with a solid defense against these type of tweets, so you don’t accidentally click on a scammer’s link and find yourself embroiled in a battle against malware.
We’ve got five clues that you’re reading Twitter spam, so you can avoid being caught in the net.
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.
Although it’s tempting to look at Twitter and Facebook, slap on the label of “social media” and think of ads on both networks as the same, that attitude is far too restrictive for both networks.
Facebook offers opportunities that Twitter does not, and vice versa. The ad products on Facebook are more mature, targeted differently and appear contextually differently within the site. So if your company is looking at Twitter and Facebook ads as one and the same, here are some distinctions to help you tease out the differences and see a bigger bang for your marketing bucks.
Twitter has rolled out its Promoted Products to a third country, Japan, following last year’s launch in the US and last month’s launch in the UK.
In a blog post this morning, Twitter announced that it has begun selling Promoted Products, which include Tweets, Accounts and Trends, to UK-based businesses.
The first brand to jump on UK-based Promoted Products is Sky network promoting the new season of Glee, which launches today in the UK.
Klout is the industry standard in influence measure, and if you haven’t checked out your Klout score yet, the Labor Day long weekend is the perfect time to do so. Trust me, you’ll need Monday for all of the things you’re going to want to do to make your score go up.
In commemoration of the upcoming Paris Air Show 2011, Eezeer, a social media network for travelers, has created this cool infographic that takes a look at how airlines have used Twitter over the years. And while the Wright brothers didn’t actually get to send a tweet, those who followed them have made good use of their own 140 characters.
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