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Posts Tagged ‘Followers’

How Much Is A Twitter Follower Worth? $2.50 Per Month According To One Company’s Lawsuit

Would you pay $2.50 for a Twitter follower?

One tech news site is suggesting that a former employee cough up $2.50 – per month – for each of his 17,000 followers that he took with him after leaving his post.

They’re suing him for a grand total of $340,000. And the case hasn’t been thrown out. Yet.
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Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush Donates $5,000 For A Tweet From Justin Bieber

He’s the second most followed person on Twitter, and Justin Bieber’s influence is nothing to sneeze at. And Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush of all people should know: he paid $5,000 for a single tweet from Bieber, getting more than 20,000 new followers in return.
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Are Your Followers Cat Lovers Or Ice Cream Addicts? Get To Know Their Every Detail With “Know Your Twitter Followers”

If you’ve ever wondered what kind of music your followers listen to, whether they’re dog or cat people or which browser they prefer, you’re in luck: You can now get a detailed, insightful analysis of your followers from a new service called “Know Your Twitter Followers.”
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7 Grammar And Spelling Mistakes You Need To Avoid On Twitter

“IDK when but ill CUL8R!” “ive alrdy bn shpin n planned mah partay n its only 10!!1!” “txtspk iz waaaay over8ed”

Ouch.

If you’ve ever received a text message like those above, I’m sorry. I truly am. But a text is different from Twitter, even if the two share a common character count. So here are 7 grammar and spelling mistakes you need to avoid if you want to be taken seriously as a tweeter – and as an intelligent human being.
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Top Tweeters In Telecommunications [INFOGRAPHIC]

The telecom industry is booming, and there are plenty of competitors vying for your communication-allocated dollars. But just how are these giants competing 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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Would You Play A Twitter Lottery?

Forget picking some combination of your mother’s birthday, dog’s age and the apartment number of your college dorm as lottery numbers – the newest way to play and win is by recruiting Twitter followers.
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How To Make The Most Of A Promoted Tweet

Are you thinking of diving in to Twitter marketing in a big way and buying a Promoted Tweet? Here’s how to get it in front of more eyeballs, elicit more engagement, and ultimately see more conversions from the most popular of Twitter’s advertising products.
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Sign Up For Social Media Marketing Boot Camp And Kickstart Your Twitter Business Plan

Our flagship social media course, Social Media Marketing Boot Camp, is about to begin. You have less than a week to sign up to learn how to craft a tweet schedule, target your Twitter bio with keywords to attract the right audience, and find interesting and relevant accounts to follow – all from just one of the more than a dozen lessons during this 8-week course!
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Learn How To Grow Your Twitter Account To 100,000 Followers In Less Than 2 Years

Mediabistro’s Social Media Marketing Boot Camp is less than two weeks away. That’s less than two weeks to hear from tech thought leaders on how to marketing your business on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, as well as insight into Google+ and how to develop a complete social media strategy for your brand.

In addition to all of this, you’ll get some exclusive insight into how one of our Mediabistro blogs built its Twitter followers from 0 to over 100,000 in less than two years.
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