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Posts Tagged ‘Follow’

Ever Wanted To Be Someone Else On Twitter? Try ShadowMe

We’ve all felt a twinge of of Twitter envy from time to time. This account breaks news faster than us, that account has more followers… well, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em!

There’s a brand new app that lets come as close as possible to actually becoming someone else on Twitter, shadowing their timeline to see exactly what they see when they log in.
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Over Half Of All Twitter Users Follow At Least Six Brands

Twitter revealed yesterday that its users are very interested in hearing the 140-character musings of companies: over half follow six brands or more, and 88 percent follow at least one.
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Can’t Find Interesting People To Follow? Try Listorious.com.

Twitter is as much about listening as it is about tweeting, so if you aren’t following interesting people you’re missing out on half the fun. If you’re stuck trying to find new folks to follow, try Listorious.com, a thriving directory of Twitter lists and users.
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How Do College Students Use Twitter? [INFOGRAPHIC]

They’re the target market of many an energy drink and laptop company, and marketers love getting their hands on data about college students.

This infographic takes a look at how studious late teens and early twenty-somethings use Twitter: the brands they follow, how they tweet and more.
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3 Essential Things To Do Right After Signing Up For Twitter

It’s easy to sign up for Twitter. Right there on the homepage, you’ll notice the signup box: just enter your full name, email, and password and you’re on your way.

But what happens after you click the confirmation number in that email, and you’re treading into the open waters of hundreds of millions of other accounts, billions of tweets a week, and those weird little hashtags you’ve seen from time to time?

Here are three essential things you need to do right after you sign up for Twitter, to get the most out of our favorite 140-character network.
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Want To Be The First To Know The Latest Tech And Social News? Follow These Twitter Lists

As I tell almost anyone I meet (sadly, even if we’re not even talking Twitter), Twitter lists are one of the most powerful features you’ll ever use. A list enables you to get a snaspshot of a segment of Twitter users who have something in common – say, they’re all social media experts or tech journalists – and puts all of their tweets in one place.

Here are some of my personal favorite lists for staying up-to-date on the goings on in the tech and social space.
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85% Of Fans Don’t Follow Their Favorite Musicians On Twitter

Apparently, music fans are more likely to share tunes than follow their idols on Twitter. Despite the millions of followers that singers like Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber have amassed, data from Music WithMe suggests that up to 85 percent of music fans don’t follow their favorite artists on Twitter.
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Why Mass Following on Twitter Doesn’t Work

Aaah, Twitter etiquette. That murky, often overlooked aspect of Twitter that says it’s OK to add your personal touch to tweets, but that you shouldn’t tweet too many times at once. We’ve got you covered, though, if you’re looking to navigate the Twitter-verse. Today we’ll take a look at mass following on Twitter, and why you should almost never do it if you want to see a modicum of success using the microblogging service.
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To Follow Or Not To Follow? The Simple Twitter Tool That Helps You Decide

This is a guest post by Megan O’Neil, resident web video expert and predictor of all things viral at our sister site SocialTimes.com.

How do you decide if someone is follow-worthy? When you get that friendly email, “So-and-so is now following you on Twitter”, how do you decide whether or not to follow “so-and-so” back? It can often be hard to make a snap-judgment, based on the minimal details you’ve got readily available—the user’s avatar, description and the last 15-or so tweets. That’s where twtrland comes in.

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Twitter Launches New Ad Product: Promoted Tweets In Everyone’s Timeline

Twitter has just expanded its advertising solution in a big way. Now, rather than delivering ads only in connection to Promoted Trends and search results, Twitter will display ads in more users’ timelines by showing Promoted Tweets made by the specific brands they already follow.

Called Promoted Tweets to Followers, this new service will significantly increase the number of ads available to brands, and the number of ads Twitter users will see.
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