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Posts Tagged ‘Content’

3 Ways To Crowdsource Killer Content Using Twitter’s Advanced Search

Bloggers and other content creators, rejoice: Twitter has the ultimate solution to banish writer’s block. If you’re ever stuck for an idea for your next blog post or article, we’ve got three ways you can use Twitter’s advanced search to come up with killer content that is timely, relevant and specific to your niche.
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Twitter Accounts For 11% Of Click-Throughs On Shared Content

When it comes to content that’s shared around the web, Twitter is among the major forces driving click-throughs. While it doesn’t quite compare to Facebook, Twitter does send just about the same percentage of click-throughs on shared content as email does – and email has decades on Twitter.
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Twitter Explains Photo Ownership: “you own your tweets and photos will be part of your tweets.”

In the wake of Twitter’s announcement that they are building their own photo sharing service, questions about who will actually own the photos uploaded to Twitter.com (via photobucket) started flying. And the short answer? You will own them, just like you own everything you tweet out onto Twitter.
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Do you Share on Twitter Because You’re Afraid of Missing Out? #Socialize

The real-time web has created new forms of communication, not the least of which is the lightening fast cycling of news stories, trends and topics on Twitter. For us Twitter addicts, logging off at 11pm often means you’re reluctantly missing out on dozens of new trending topics and shared links. Matt LeMay of bit.ly thinks that it’s this fear of missing out (which he dubs FOMO) that drives us to share and engage with content.
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New York Times Asks Twitter to Take Down @FreeNYTimes and Other Paywall Sidesteppers

Within hours of the New York Times announcing its impending paywall for online content, several Twitter accounts popped up that claimed to have found a loophole. And now the Times is fighting back, asking Twitter to take down these rogue accounts.
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Are Pictures on Twitter Public Domain?

An interesting debate has sprung up as a result of a lawsuit over ownership rights of photos posted to Twitter. The lawsuit between a large press organization and a photojournalist boils down to one simple question: do you own the content you publish on Twitter?
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